The father-of-three comes to us with an extensive working background as a social worker in schools, a Corrections Officer and roles within youth justice.
Jade, who has a passion for youth and supporting people, is stoked to be here and says he enjoys working for a forward-thinking agency, and Tracey Wright-Tawha, who is “always one step ahead – progressive”.
Outside of work Jade enjoys an active lifestyle involving waka ama, rugby and cross-fit.
Ebony Morton: Recently we welcomed Ebony Morton into a position supporting our accreditation needs at He Puna Waiora.
Ebony has recently returned home from Christchurch and has completed a diploma in business.
She is excited to be here at Nga Kete and says she knew several people who work here and enjoy it, which prompted her to approach the agency.
The keen netball player and mother-of-two is enjoying her new role.
Deli Diack: Deli Diack has returned to Nga Kete after spending a year working as a whanau ora navigator for the 1000 Days Trust, and she’s excited to be back!
“It’s like coming home”.
The qualified child birth educator and assessor for the New Zealand Breast Feeding Authority, Has taken on a role supporting pregnancy, parenting and much more.
Her work is all about enabling, encouraging, and enhancing the journey through parenting. “It’s about building resilience and confidence to be the best parents they can be.”
The mother of two is looking forward to stepping into a new challenge.