Whai Rawa - Māori Economies

Dr Andrew Erueti

Ngā Ruahinerangi, Ngāti Ruanui (Taranaki), Ati Hau (Wanganui).
Senior Lecturer
The University of Auckland

Andrew is currently a senior lecturer at Auckland University School of Law. Previously he has taught at the Law Schools of the University of Waikato and Victoria University of Wellington. Between 2008 and 2012 he was Amnesty International’s lead adviser on Indigenous rights based in London and Geneva and he was also lead counsel in the claim by Taranaki hāpu to Petroleum before the Waitangi Tribunal.

Dr Robert Joseph

Ngāti Raukawa ki Wharepuhunga, Te Pae o Raukawa, Ngäti Paretekawa o Ngāti Maniapoto
Senior Lecturer
University of Waikato

Robert is a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand and was a senior research fellow for the Te Mātāhauariki Research Institute at the University of Waikato under the leadership of Judge Michael Brown and Dr Alex Frame. Dr Robert Joseph was the second Māori in New Zealand - and the first Māori male - to graduate with a PhD in Law in 2006.

Dr Chellie Spiller

Ngāti Kahungunu
Senior Lecturer, Associate Dean Māori and Pacific at the University of Auckland Business School

Dr Chellie Spiller, of Māori and Pākehā lineage, is a senior lecturer and Associate Dean Māori and Pacific at the University of Auckland Business School. She has over 30 years of corporate experience in tourism, finance and marketing, holding senior executive positions in New Zealand and abroad, and brings this experience to her academic work and leadership and management development programmes. Her research explores how Māori and indigenous businesses create authentic and sustainable wealth and wellbeing.

Dr Chellie Spiller

Senior Lecturer, Associate Dean Māori and Pacific at the University of Auckland Business School
The University of Auckland

Dr Chellie Spiller, of Māori and Pākehā lineage, is a senior lecturer and Associate Dean Māori and Pacific at the University of Auckland Business School. She has over 30 years of corporate experience in tourism, finance and marketing, holding senior executive positions in New Zealand and abroad, and brings this experience to her academic work and leadership and management development programmes. Her research explores how Māori and indigenous businesses create authentic and sustainable wealth and wellbeing.

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