Project Manager, Facilitator
Bachelor of Arts (History) – Victoria University of Wellington
Diploma of Teaching – Wellington College of Education
Kath has nearly 30 years experience as an effective educator in primary and intermediate schools, and extensive experience facilitating learning in early years settings, with adult learners in the workplace, and supporting Kāhui Ako to build whole-school wellbeing. She has successfully carried out many roles including: teacher, deputy principal, distance-learning tutor, lesson-plan writer (for international teacher resources), editor (online content and resources), resource developer, and adult education facilitator.
Her strengths include project management, facilitation, leadership, communication, planning, building positive relationships, strengthening wellbeing and working constructively and respectfully within a range of contexts.
Kath brings a positive passion and energy to all her mahi and projects.
- Project management
- Online and face-to-face facilitation
- Teaching, tutoring, and coaching
- Resource and programme development
- Planning, writing, and editing
- Event management
- Relationship building.
Conference presentations, seminars and workshops
2021 uLearn21 presentation, Reset, Refresh, Recharge: Using the Five Ways to Wellbeing
2020 Supporting Wellbeing Forums – online workshops for Kāhui Ako kaiako and leaders
I love learning, growing and challenging myself. I am passionate about supporting and strengthening hauora/wellbeing and whanaungatanga/relationships. Why? and Why not? are three of my favourite words!
I continue to work on deepening my knowledge and understanding of how we can support and promote a bicultural Aotearoa – exploring what Te Tiriti, place based learning and our diverse histories look, sound and feel like as we grow, live and learn together.