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Georgina Davis-Tōpou

Ngāpuhi, Ngāi Tai, Ngāti Porou

    Georgina is a wahine Māori, a mother, daughter, wife, teacher, researcher, and occupational therapist. She started with a clinical background in mental health and addictions and has moved into kaupapa Māori research and now teaches health students at AUT on Hauora Māori. Through her career she has moved into leadership and governance positions and uses these roles to implement change. She is currently doing her Doctorate on Māori experiences in working in Te Tiriti o Waitangi based governance models. 

Navigating internalised racism

Georgina Davis-Tōpou
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