Grant Brookes

Capital and Coast DHB

Ko Kapukataumaka te mauka
Ko Ōwheo te awa
Ko Cornwall te waka
Ahakoa kei te noho ahau ki Pōneke ināianei, nō Ōtepoti ahau
I tae atu ōku tūpuna Kōtirana ki reira i te tau 1849
Ko Tangata Tiriti tōku iwi
Ko Grant Brookes tōku ingoa

My name is Grant Brookes. I'm a Mental Health Nurse at Wellington Hospital, and a descendant of Scottish migrants who arrived in Ōtepoti/Dunedin aboard the Cornwall in 1849. I belong to that place by the Water of Leith/Ōwheo, overlooked by Mt Cargill/Kapukataumaka. My people reside in this land by virtue of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

What I bring to the DHB Sector Committee is passionate commitment, institutional knowledge and wide-ranging, relevant experience. Over the past 25 years, I've been active in four public services unions in three countries. Now back where I began, my other PSA roles include Co-convenor of the Eco Network. My enduring passion is for Tiriti-based, member-driven unionism which promotes solidarity across all occupational groups and fights for equity and sustainability in the workplace.

Steve Grant

Northland DHB

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Thereza Clark

Te Tira Hauora - DHB sector māngai representative

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Hilary Genet

Nelson Marlborough DHB

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Allan Franks

Te Tira Hauora - DHB sector māngai representative

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Dianna Mancer

Sector committee co-convenor

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Stacey Muir (DHB sector board rep)

Sector committee co-convenor

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Nancy McShane

Canterbury DHB

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Nia Bartley

Capital and Coast DHB

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Megan Barry

Youth representative for DHB

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Karen Philson

Waitemata DHB

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Grant Brookes

Capital and Coast DHB

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Rachel Davis

Bay of Plenty DHB

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Cherene Warbrick-Daniel

Bay of Plenty DHB

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Lu-Ellen Televave

Auckland DHB

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Mia Boonen

Youth Rep | Waitemata DHB

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