19/11/2021 1:22 pm
AGWN look forward to 2022 with new komiti Chair, Sarah Leo Anderson

As we bring another difficult year to a close it was lovely to chat to Sarah about what motivated her to join Te Aka Wāhine o Tāmaki, the value of networks and her goals for the new year ahead.

19/11/2021 8:59 am
Ngā mihi and haere rā Anita Edwards

We catch up with Anita Edwards on her experience as AGWN Komiti Chair as she moves on to become the Chair of the GWN Steering Committee.

21/09/2021 3:27 pm
Navigating Imposter Syndrome: Jess Stuart

AGWN Coordinator, Virginia Fordham shares her experience at Jess's workshop on imposter syndrome and what we can do to limit the negative effects of self-doubt.

21/09/2021 3:26 pm
AGWN Profile: Hend Zaki

Hend Zaki is co-chair of the Women of Colour Network at MBIE. She spoke to Auckland GWN about her experience coming to New Zealand from Egypt, how she came to a career in the public sector and what motivated her to start this network.

22/07/2021 11:36 am
Feedback from first-time 2021 Auckland Summit attendees

For this year's Auckland Summit, GWN and AGWN were able to provide grants and sponsorships for 12 women early in their public service careers to attend the Summit for the first time.

21/07/2021 4:53 pm
AGWN Profile: Kerri Fergusson

An interview with Kerri Fergusson, Compliance Response and Investigations, Auckland Council and active AGWN member

20/05/2021 3:31 pm
AGWN Profile: Paul O'Neil

An interview with the Deputy Chief Executive Operations and General Counsel, Serious Fraud Office, and ally for women.

19/03/2021 4:19 pm
AGWN Profile: Nicola Woon

Nicky is a Chief Customs Officer within the Joint Border Analytics team based at the Auckland Customhouse.

20/01/2021 2:08 pm
AGWN Profile: Sergeant Nora Poching

Nora Poching’s journey began in 2011 when she completed the Police Preparation Course with Te Wananga o Aotearoa (TWOA). She felt a career in the NZ Police would provide multiple career opportunities as well as job security.

20/11/2020 12:23 pm
Auckland GWN Interview: Tina Marie Peel

Tina Marie Peel was a speaker at the Virtual Summit in 2020. She spoke to Auckland GWN about her big career change, tertiary study in later life and balancing all of this with her whānau.