Connecting People With Opportunities

Ko koe te anga mua, whakarangatirahia te tokorua.  


We support and empower young people to pursue their dreams and aspirations.  Since 2014 we have been connecting young people with opportunities for a better Aotearoa New Zealand.

We know who they are and they know who they are and we want you to know who they are as well.  Check out some of our young change makers, our future leaders, who are a testament to the work we love to do.

  • Ezekiel Raui
  • Carym Wharerau
  • LJ Tatana
  • Romaine Crawford
  • Quintin Moeke
  • Ashley Waitai-Dye
  • Conor O'Sullivan
  • Sana Pedro
Conor O'Sullivan

Conor O'Sullivan

Ki te taha o taku papa
Ko Taumatamahoe te maunga
Ko Tangonge te awa
Ko Tinana te waka
Ko Te Rarawa te marae
Ko Ngāti Te Ao te hapu
Ko Te Rarawa te iwi
Ko Tumuona te tangata

Ki te taha o taku mama
Ko Ngongotaha te maunga
Ko Rotoruanui o Kahumatamoemoe te moana
Ko Tunohope te marae
Ko Ngāti Whakaue te hapu
Ko Te Arawa te iwi
Ko Tamatekapua te tangata

Conor is a past student and head boy of Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Rangi Aniwaniwa.  Being fluent in te reo Māori and tikanga, he has been committed to achieving his goal of becoming a Māori health professional.  He has completed his Bachelor of Health Science and has engaged in many leadership opportunities.

His accolades include leader and winning leader of Te Tai Tokerau regional secondary schools kapa haka competition; captain of the under 17s Kaitaia Legends league team; member of Māori youth delegation who travelled from Kaitaia to Washington DC for the Tribal Youth gathering; participant of the Future Leaders of the Pacific Conference in Hawaii; member of the US-NZ Youth Council initiated by the US Consulate General; and student leader and chaperone for the Kia Ora Hauora Rangatahi Symposium in Auckland.