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Pania currently holds governance positions in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. She also sits as an independent on the Audit and Risk Committees for Te Mātāwai and the Ministry of Health. Being on the boards of the NZ Film Commission, the Māori Education Trust, Pania is also Deputy Chair of the NZ Qualifications Authority. Previously, Pania has served on the governing bodies of CORE Education Limited, Hutt International Boys’ School, the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) and the Academic Quality Agency for New Zealand Universities – including three years as the deputy chair.
In her work with the Institute of Directors, Pania draws on her experience gained from examining risk, performance and governance while working for the Auditor-General, and her insights into Māori social and economic development.
Pania enjoys supporting Māori leaders to apply the Four Pillars model to their operating contexts. She believes good governance happens in an organisation when the processes and people respect the value that governance and management each bring to the achievement of the organisation’s purpose.
Home ownership has always required savings and sacrifice. Pania gave up McDonalds when she purchased her first home – in 1996. She hasn’t eaten McDonalds since.
Courses Pania facilitates