Jax Doyon

jacquie.doyon@justice.govt.nz

Hi everyone! My name is Jax, and I like to think that I bring a quiet, kind and compassionate perspective to my work and will continue to bring the same to the Out@PSA committee for a second term.

I identify as gay / lesbian, my pronouns are she/her or they/them, and I live in Auckland with my wife and three children.  The focus that I am aiming to develop this year is similar to my fellow committee member, Cat, being the intersection of having a rainbow family, but also one of living with family members that are neuro-diverse and how best to advocate for them in the face of a number of challenges within our current social and educational systems. 

Catrin Susser

Community Social Worker for Middlemore Hospital

Catrin.susser@middlemore.co.nz

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Madeline McZant

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

Maddy.McZant@mbie.govt.nz

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Theresa Peters

Senior Advisor Inclusion and Diversity for Ara Poutama Aotearoa (Corrections)

theresa.peters@corrections.govt.nz

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Joseph Te Kira

Support Officer, MSD Waitakere Contact Centre

Joseph.TeKira001@msd.govt.nz

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Sylvan Spring

Policy Analyst, Te Puni Kōkiri

spril@tpk.govt.nz

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Danielle Calder

Early Learning and Student Achievement, MoE

Danielle.Calder@education.govt.nz

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Angele Toomey

Principal Analyst at WorkSafe NZ

angele.toomey@worksafe.govt.nz

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Nico Haustein

Oranga Tamariki

nico.haustein@ot.govt.nz

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