Social Value Aotearoa are proud to welcome our two newest board members, Tureia Moxon and Clementine Ludlow.
Tureia Moxon is of Ngāti Kahungunu decent and is a strong advocate for Whānau Ora and believes that positive change can be achieved by empowering our people to fulfil their aspirations.
He has worked in the health and IT sector for over a decade and has a keen understanding of Whānau Ora practices, outcome measurement and data analytics.
He is currently the CEO of Whānau Tahi an IT company in West Auckland and is a Board Member for Te Pou Matakana the North Island Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency.
Clementine has ten years’ experience helping public, private and not-for-profit organisations increase their social impact and reduce disadvantage. She was a social impact consultant at Social Ventures Australia, a board director of the Good Sams Foundation and before that, a charities lawyer and an environment lawyer.
Clementine works with organisations to design strategies to increase their impact. She helps them measure what matters so they can prove that what they are doing is working, and use the information to make great decisions. Clemmie loves helping to develop innovative solutions to big challenges through social enterprise, Maori or community-led approaches and corporate partnerships.