The Ministry of Justice has appointed two former GWN Governance Group members to their Strategic Leadership Team.
For Matariki this year, GWN has recognised nine rising women stars in the public sector.
The new Employee Led Networks website is better than ever with improved functionality for finding the networks of interest to you and your colleagues in public sector agencies.
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.
Shenagh Gleisner has been appointed as the new IPANZ Executive Director. She begins her role on 4 June, 2019.
Auckland Customs Women's Network (ACWN) was launched on 29 May, 2019.
Tina Wakefield, Chair of the GWN Governance Group, welcomes the members of GWN's new Steering Committee who will lead the next phase of GWN's evolution from 1 July, 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.
Congratulations to Jez Tavita on winning the award for 2018 – another public service woman working towards achieving her potential.