Youth Pathways is governed by an experienced board of trustees, all of whom strive to ensure that there is a stable foundation for the wider team to evolve.
Tony spent 17 years with the London and New Zealand police until becoming a lawyer in 1997.
He also spent a year working with United Nations war crimes tribunal in Rwanda
Tony's legal practice encompasses criminal and family law. He is a youth advocate and frequently acts as a lawyer for child in family court
Tony has been on a number of school and community group trust boards. His most recent involvement was with Odyssey House, of which he was a board member from 2006 - 2015 and Chair from 2010 - 2012. He has in the past been an approved care-giver Ministry of Vulnerable Children formally known as Child Youth and Family.
Tony is married with 4 children and one grand-child.
20 years in Telecommunication with Vodafone has provided Paul with significant Commercial, Financial and People Management experience.
Currently Business Development Manager with Hugo Lighting, Paul is committed to giving back to his community and is proud to play his part with Youth Pathways Trust.
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Ko Aotea te Moana
Ko Ngati Te Wehi te Hapu
Ko Waikato te Iwi
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I am privileged to be a member of the Board of Youth Pathways.
I come to the Board with a wealth of experience, perspective, cultural knowledge and a lifelong passion to protect those who do not have a voice.
My governance experience includes holding office as Secretary for Waikato ki roto Te Waipounamu and Tainui Whanau ki Otautahi.
For 9 years I have held the office of Chair for Te Puna Oranga,Otautahi Women’s Refuge,Te Puawaitanga ki Otautahi respectively and Claddagh Haven Trust (15yrs).
I have been a member of the Board of Te Kupenga Mahi Oti Patunga/National Network of Stopping Violence and Nga Hau E Wha Marae.
I am currently a Board member for Claddagh Haven Trust.
I am a member of the Otautahi Branch of the Maori Womens Welfare League. I am a volunteer in the community and as a result have wide and varied community networks.
I am involved with Te Whatumanawa Maoritanga o Rehua Marae and Nga Hau E Wha Marae.
I look forward to participating in the governance of Youth Pathways and its plan for the youth in our city.