Enabling Systems Change Leadership Webinar with SASS

Join us for the first session of the SASS group’s monthly Learning Lunches series.

This month’s topic is Enabling Systems Change Leadership, the first of five pathways outlined in the SASS group’s not-white paper Voices from the Frontlines.

Jahvaya Wheki, Jane Zintl, and Annie Ualesi will join us to share their experiences in systems change leadership, offer advice for creating and sustaining systems change, and express their hopes for the future.

Pack your lunch, fill your belly, feed your mind and join us for this exciting kōrero! 

Register here!

Jahvaya Wheki works as the relationship lead at Seed Waikato & Seeds for Change ,where she focuses on mapping the systems change sector to help rangatahi see the places they can go to enact change. As a Maaori Waahine on her reconnection journey she dances in a lot of spaces in between that are also learning alongside her. She is passionate about meeting awesome people and using language to travel to new realms of understanding & connecting.”

Jane Zintl is the CE for Ara Taiohi, the peak body for youth development in Aotearoa. With over 30 years’ experience in the sector her passion aligns with the vision of Ara Taiohi, to see an empowered ecosystem of youth development that supports young people to thrive.

Annie Ualesi is clear on her calling – it’s to support leaders of change in their calling! She established CALLED in response to leaders’ requests for support in actioning systems change and community-led design and innovation. Annie is proudly Aotearoa-born Samoan Chinese. She is a regular teacher at AcademyEX (formerly MindLab) and a pre-approved coach with the Leadership Development Centre of Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission. She is also an Edmund Hillary Fellow – a selected community of global innovators, entrepreneurs and investors who are committed to New Zealand as a basecamp for global impact.