Maire Kipa

Maire is committed to transformational Māori leadership at the governance and management level – in particular as it impacts “…complexities associated with outcome measurements; there is a time lag between intervention and result; many variables apart from a specific intervention may impact on the outcome; and a good outcome for one group may be regarded as an unsatisfactory outcome by another group” (Durie, 2005).

Her voluntary interests are in Iwi environmental projects and current research interests are Indigenous perspectives on natural disasters, risk reduction and resilience. She is currently a Co-Researcher with Associate Prof. Regan Potangaroa studying Māori Resilience Post Disasters and recently presented at the Australia, New Zealand Disasters Management Conference May 2015 on “The Māori Dimension of Disaster Risk Reduction – What We Learnt in Rapaki”.

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