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Community Waitakere Special Message

November 21, 2013 at 9:46 AM

A special message from Community Waitakere...

Kia ora koutou,

2013 has been a year of change for Community Waitakere with changes in staff and board members.  As we say goodbye to great people committed to community development and social justice, we also have a wonderful opportunity to build a new team.  We will be looking to recruit dynamic, innovative and diverse people to join our team – so watch this space for the job ads. 
At this time, it is important for us to acknowledge Bonnie-May and Sophie, as they leave our Community Waitakere family to pursue other opportunities. Although we are saddened to lose them, we also wish them the best for their future and thank them for the wonderful contribution they have made to our organisation and the community.  Stay in touch - noho ora mai Bonnie-May and Sophie

Sue Russell
Chief Executive
Community Waitakere Charitable Trust
| Level 1, 13 Edsel St, Henderson | PO Box 21068, Henderson, Waitakere, 0650
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