Whakarata Māori / Māori Responsiveness Team
Haere mai, he mihi -
E ngā mātāwaka, e ngā karangatanga maha kei waenganui i a tātou, nau mai, haere mai ki te paetukutuku e kīia nei ko ‘Te Whaioranga’.
Ngāti Porou, Mataatua
Ātene Andrews (Ngāti Porou, Mataatua) is PHARMAC's Kaiwhakahaere Whakarata Māori / Manager, Māori Responsiveness.
Ātene came to PHARMAC from the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, where he was Pou Whakatutuki / Chief Advisor Māori.
Ātene leads the work within PHARMAC to bring Te Whaioranga 2013-23 into life.
Karen Jacobs-Grant, Kaihonohono Whakarata Māori
Ngāti Whātua, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Torehina
Karen’s focus is on PHARMAC’s work with Whānau Ora Collectives bringing to the Te Tira Whakarata Māori, health professional expertise and programme management experience from her previous role as National Programme Manager, One Heart Many Lives.
Karen has extensive sales and marketing experience having worked in the pharmaceutical industry in sales management and in marketing and brand management on a national and global basis in the UK and Europe.
Karen completed her MBA at the University of Warwick Business school (UK) in 1999 and has since then kept up to date with digital marketing development using this channel for the One Heart Many Lives campaign.
Contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Cathro (nee Pirika)
Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Kikopiri
Angela came to PHARMAC in 2010 and has held varied roles in her time here. She has developed good relationships and understanding of the work across PHARMAC.
Angela is able to promote awareness of Māori issues and responsiveness in all the work of the organisation.
Last updated: 29 April 2016