The Governance Board will provide strategic direction for and oversee the work of He Whenua Taurikura. The Board will also be responsible for ensuring the Centre’s activities are compatible with its charitable aims, and that the Centre complies with relevant legislative and regulatory requirements.
The Board shall comprise between six and eight members, with strong Māori representation reflecting a Te Tiriti partnership approach between Māori and the Crown. Board membership shall also include at least one from each of academia / research community, civil society and government agencies.
Applications for the Governance Board have recently closed and appointments will be announced shortly.
A copy of the Board’s draft Terms of Reference is available below.