Who are we?
Erena Mikaere Most – Implementation Manager
The key to effecting positive change is having insightful, big-picture thinkers leading from the front. Erena’s background in strategy development, quality assurance and policy implementation combined with an extensive working knowledge of government departments made her appointment to RWT an easy one. As a creative and highly resourceful lead, her undeniable passion, empathy and integrity has already seen us celebrate a staggering number of successes. When not burning the midnight oil on yet another funding application she can be found preparing dinner for her tamariki or captaining the Ruapehu Sports’ premier netball team.
Danielle Vaughan – Operations Manager
If you need to know anything about the planning and logistics being implemented on any of our 23 community based solutions, Danielle is undeniably the best place to start. Bringing a wealth of knowledge to the RWT team, her administration background, and ability to juggle a vast number of tasks with a smile has seen her become an integral part of our Plan’s success. Not only passionate about community transformation, every day she’s encouraged by the impact our solutions are having on her Raetihi whānau. By day Danielle’s doing whatever she can to to support this kaupapa, by night, she’s contemplating her extra mural studies or relaxing and watching a good movie.
Kathy Pyatt – Employment Lead
A leading specialist with her extensive background in human resource management, Kathy’s genuine desire for whānau to have a constructive and mutually rewarding employment relationship with their employers makes her yet another perfect fit for the RWT team. With key focus areas which include employment relations, organisational change and training development, her ongoing mahi around the Ruapehu region, with RWT and as a private contractor, sees her bring a genuine understanding of local values, and a real passion for our rohe making her a great asset to our kaupapa. After a hard days work she can often be found entertaining her tamariki in a well kept garden.