With the support of GWN, Auckland GWN was launched in March 2016 and this month, AGWN celebrates turning 5 by reflecting on the achievements of the network so far.
The GWN programme team warmly acknowledges and thanks Anne Marie Taggart for her contribution to GWN. Throughout her career, Anne Marie has been a proud supporter of gender equality.
The Summit Steering Committees have decided to cancel the Summit in Wellington this year. Read more from the Committee about this and other Summits later this year.
After two and a half years leading GWN's work, vision and progress, Liz Chin will be leaving her role as Programme Director on 20 March.
GWN was proud to launch our new five-year strategy for 2020-2025 at an event hosted by our Sponsor, Naomi Ferguson and GWN's Steering Committee at The Treasury on 11 February, 2020.
A proposed new Public Service Bill has passed its first reading in Parliament and submissions on the bill are being accepted until 31 January, 2020.
Tumanawanui Māori and Pasifika mentoring programme, was launched at the Manukau Police Station Whare on 24 June 2019.
Theresse Loaba, a team leader from Inland Revenue Manukau, and Te Aka Wāhine o Tāmaki (AGWN) member, has won the 2019 Ria McBride Public Service Management Award.
Auckland Customs Women's Network (ACWN) was launched on 29 May, 2019.
Te Aka Wahine o Tamaki/AGWN is delighted to offer a free seminar series that provides professional development and information on significant public sector initiatives.