Matt Friedman
Matt Friedman

Matt Friedman

Matt Friedman is an international human trafficking expert with more than 30 years of experience as a manager, program designer, evaluator, and front-line responder. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of The Mekong Club, an organization made up of Hong Kong-based private sector business leaders who have joined forces to help fight human trafficking in Asia. From 2006 to 2012, Friedman was the Regional Project Manager of the United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP) in Thailand, an inter-agency coordinating body that linked the United Nations system with governments and civil society groups in China, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. Prior to this (1991-2006), Friedman worked for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Thailand, Bangladesh and Nepal. During this period, he designed and managed both country and regional human trafficking programs; helped to establish a range of comprehensive counter-trafficking initiatives focusing on prevention, prosecution and protection; and participated in the resource mobilization and the production of two award-winning international films about sex trafficking in Nepal and India. Friedman also offers regular technical advice to numerous governments working to stop slavery. He is frequently cited in the news media on issues related to human trafficking and slavery across Asia (CNN, TVB, BBC, NYT, IHT, etc) and is invited to speak at major conferences around the world. He is the author of nine books, on subjects ranging from human trafficking to the ancient art of Bangladesh metal casting.

Anna Jane Joyner
Anna Jane Joyner

Anna Jane Joyner

Anna Jane Joyner is passionate about crafting stories and strategies that inspire non-traditional audiences to care about climate change. Her work has been featured by Rolling Stone, Glamour, MTV, The Associated Press, and more. Anna Jane's efforts to engage evangelicals - including her own father (a prominent pastor), was featured in Years of Living Dangerously, an Emmy-award winning Showtime series on the climate crisis.  
As a Senior Campaign Strategist at Purpose, Anna Jane led a team that harnessed social media to amplify Pope Francis’ call to the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics - and all people of goodwill - to act on climate change. She also spearheaded a groundbreaking effort that utilized storytelling, film, key influencers, and savvy social media campaigning to test whether or not evangelical millennials are open to engaging on this issue (spoiler: they are indeed). Beyond faith communities, Anna Jane collaborated on Purpose campaigns that effectively targeted NASCAR enthusiasts, millennials, dog lovers, pop music fans, ski bums, Olympic athletes, military veterans, yogis, and more.  
Prior to joining Purpose, Anna Jane was the campaign lead at MountainTrue, an environmental non-profit in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina (where she grew up). At MountainTrue she co-founded Asheville Beyond Coal, a campaign that succeeded in retiring Duke Energy’s Asheville Coal plant and garnered national praise. She also founded the Creation Care Alliance of Western NC, a network of congregations that inspire and equip people of faith to advocate on climate change.  
Anna Jane champions a strategic approach that marries great storytelling and creative content, new media, savvy audience targeting and analysis, rigorous political calculation, the right messengers, and boots on the ground. These days, she's a consultant who works with clients that share her devotion to saving our beloved world as well as an enthusiasm for taking an innovative and uncompromising path to getting there.

Lance O'Sullivan
Lance O'Sullivan

Lance O'Sullivan

Dr Lance O’Sullivan is a leading medical innovator pursing the goal of increasing access to quality health care using emerging digital technologies. Concepts such as cloud, mobility, artificial intelligence, digital humans, internet of things and blockchain are not typically taught at medical schools and yet Lance believes the time has come for them to be.
“The tools of my trade that will allow the greatest impact on the health of our country have changed”. Lance believes there is a big enough clinical knowledge base to have exponential improvements in the health and well-being of all NZ’ers if we can create more digital bridges separating the patient from the care. 

Lance has been recognised nationally for being a disruptor and champion for ensuring that health care is delivered to the most important people in our society–children–particularly those with high health and social needs. Lance lives by the famous quote of Sir Fredrick Douglas that reflects the value of our children. He created NZ’s first digital health program (iMOKO) for children across the country that delivers health services to communities of children in minutes and hours rather that hours and days.
Lance is a passionate son of NZ that wants to see our country lead the way in the delivery of innovative models of care that provides more care to more people of higher quality for less cost resulting in a fairer society.
Joel McKerrow
Joel McKerrow

Joel McKerrow

Joel McKerrow is an award winning writer, speaker, educator, community arts worker and one of Australia’s most successful internationally touring performance poets. He has performed for hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world. 
Based out of Melbourne, Australia he is the Artist Ambassador for TEAR Australia and was the co-founder of community arts organisation, 'The Centre for Poetics and Justice' (2010-2013).  Joel represented Australia at the Individual World Poetry Slam Championships in the USA in 2012.  
He is a TEDx speaker and performer, was a host on the renowned Indie-Feed Performance Poetry Podcast and is also the frontman poet from the band, 'Joel McKerrow & the Mysterious few'. Recently Joel’s theatre show The People of the Sun, co-written with Anna McGahan, debuted to sold out and raving audiences throughout Australia. 
Alongside his poetry and writing Joel is a highly-sought after speaker at conferences, churches and gatherings all over the world teaching on the intersection of spiritual formation, social Justice, creativity and identity.
Ruby Duncan
Ruby Duncan

Ruby Duncan

Ruby has developed her skills from experience. From 9 years living in a Manila slum as a young mother and managing an income generating project to 17 years as the CEO of Iosis in South Auckland working with families facing the challenges of poverty and domestic violence to her current role as Team Leader of Neighbourhood & Justice Initiatives for the Baptist Union, Ruby has grappled with who we need to be as individuals and teams to make an impact in our world. 

Mike Frost
Mike Frost

Mike Frost

Mike is an author, teacher and blogger, with a heart for mission and justice. 
He is the head of the missiology department at Morling College in Sydney. 
His doctorate examined a mission-shaped approach to being and doing church, and he has written a bunch of popular books in that field, including to Alter your World (2017) and the Shaping of Things to Come (2013). 
He enjoys music by guys who can’t sing that great (Dylan, Cohen, Cave), hiking the national parks of North America and reading Flannery O’Connor.  
Mike helped launch the Small Boat Big Sea community in Manly and co-founded the Forge mission training network.

Shamubeel Eaqub
Shamubeel Eaqub

Shamubeel Eaqub

Shamubeel  is  an  experienced  economist,  financial  analyst  and  author, who  makes  economics  easy.  He  is  also  an  author,  columnist,  media  commentator  and  a  thought  leading  public  speaker. 
He was Principal Economist at the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research and  has  has two decades of experience as an economist in Wellington, Melbourne and Auckland, working in various banks and consultancies in New Zealand and Australia. He currently balances a portfolio of activities, including consulting through Sense Partners, a boutique economic consultancy; various governance and advisory roles for firms and charities, and columnist for Fairfax and the Sunday Star Times.   
He holds a BCOM(Hons) in Economics from Lincoln University and is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.  He has authored several books, the most recent are Generation Rent and Growing Apart.  Shamubeel lives in Auckland with wife, Selena, and sons, Haydn and Hugo. 
In Generation Rent, co-authored with economist and partner Selena, he took on the economic, political and cultural forces pushing up house prices and leaving a generation with little choice other than to rent for the rest of their lives.

Chris Marshall
Chris Marshall

Chris Marshall

Professor Chris Marshall holds the Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice at Victoria University of Wellington. The author of several books, he has an international reputation for his scholarly and practical work in the restorative justice arena, including winning a community justice award from the British Home Office (2004), the Michael Klug Award from the Resolution Institute (2015) and an Excellence in Engagement Award from Victoria University (2016). He has also won a Victoria University (2008) and a National Tertiary Teaching Excellence awards (2009). 
Chris speaks extensively at conferences throughout New Zealand and in a dozen other countries. A biblical scholar by training, Chris has also published extensively on biblical justice themes.
Lisa Woolley
Lisa Woolley

Lisa Woolley

Lisa Woolley is the CEO of VisionWest Community Trust, one of New Zealand’s largest community services providers, serving over 20,000 people each year through more than 1,500 employees and volunteers throughout New Zealand. The Trust is well known for its innovative and holistic approach, encompassing a wide range of services to the community.  
Lisa is a recognized expert of social issues and champion for social justice within New Zealand. With more than 20 years of experience as an advocate, volunteer, policy advisor, commentator, manager and CEO, she is passionate about community development and addressing social issues such as poverty, marginalization, unemployment and homelessness. 
Joining VisionWest in 1998, Lisa became the CEO in 2001 and has since led the organization to unparalleled growth and impact on the local community.  Lisa has completed a Masters in Social Practice, writing a ground breaking thesis on Supportive Housing in NZ, and has been recognised for her leadership with awards locally and internationally.

Lindsey Pointer
Lindsey Pointer

Lindsey Pointer

Lindsey Pointer is a restorative practices facilitator, trainer and researcher from Colorado. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Restorative Justice at Victoria University with support from a Rotary Global Grant Scholarship and Fulbright. In addition to her studies, Lindsey facilitates restorative justice conferences and provides training in restorative practices for university staff and students.  
Lindsey previously worked with Longmont Community Justice Partnership in Colorado as the Community Restorative Justice Bilingual Program Manager. Her role involved training volunteers, police, and community partners in restorative practices.  
Lindsey has a B.A. in Religion with a minor in Nonviolence from Colorado College.
Mick Duncan
Mick Duncan

Mick Duncan

Mick has two types of degrees: street and academic. His ‘street degrees’ come out of working in neighborhoods in the following cities: Dunedin, Manila, Melbourne, Central and South Auckland. His new neighborhood is that of Whanganui. His academic degrees are in Sociology and Theology. His PhD explores the motif of walking toward the stranger in our midst. Mick has also written a number of book; including Costly Mission and Alongsiders. Mick continues to teach, speak and write, pastor, mentor and come alongside whomever for the Kingdom. He is also the Chair of Open Homes Foundation, which seeks to place vulnerable children in care. He and Ruby have three children and at this stage six grandchildren.

Andrew Judd
Andrew Judd

Andrew Judd

As mayor of New Plymouth, Andrew was to discover his unconscious bias and racism towards Māori. Recognising and challenging his previously held racist attitudes in the public arena led to an enormous amount of backlash, and this inevitably had an impact on his home life, political career, and sense of self. 

Andrew is now a self employed dispensing optician with a practice in New Plymouth. He’s married to Trudi, a nurse, and they have two children, Rachael & Jacob.

Rev Frank Ritchie
Rev Frank Ritchie

Rev Frank Ritchie

Reverend Francis (Frank) Ritchie is an ordained Wesleyan Methodist Minister. He splits his time between curating Commoners, a faith community in Hamilton New Zealand, serving as a chaplain to those who work in New Zealand's media, and co-hosting a weekly Sunday night talkback show on Newstalk ZB. Frank has long been an advocate for justice issues and a Christian faith that has something valuable to offer to the joys and the struggles of the human experience. As an integral part of that journey, Frank pursues a contemplative spirituality as a way to stay grounded and present wherever he finds himself. 

Annie Cameron
Annie Cameron

Annie Cameron

Annie Cameron alongside her husband Brent are the Executive Pastors of ARISE Church. They love Church and know God has called them to see incredible things in New Zealand, to see lives turn around and destinies be unlocked. They are passionate about the world and extending God’s kingdom. Annie is down to earth and full of fun. She loves to unpack God’s word into practical takeaways and encourage you to engage with your God given purpose in a whole new way. Annie is passionate about family and oversees children’s ministry in ARISE Church.

Aro
Aro

Aro

Aro are and blend of stories in song expressing the people, the culture and the land of Aotearoa.

Love defines this jazz-pop-RnB, husband and wife duo, and harmony is their signature. Aro are a kiwi, van-dwelling pair made up of Charles (Ngāpuhi, Te Rarawa, Waikato, Te ati awa) and Emily Looker (nee Rice).

Following on from their first nationwide tour, the pair have been working on their debut album ‘Manu’. The album was predominately written on the road as they travelled from top to bottom of the country, and each of the 12 songs is inspired by a native bird of Aotearoa.

The bilingual, debut album ‘Manu’ will be shared around the country on Aro’s second nationwide tour, March to May 2019.

Carter Quinley
Carter Quinley

Carter Quinley

Carter Quinley is an American who has spent the majority of her life living in Thailand. Carter is passionate about the fight against human trafficking and sexual exploitation. She began her career working as the International Liaison at the Anti- Human Trafficking Division (AHTD) of the Royal Thai Police, where she supported international survivors of trafficking through the judicial process.

Carter is currently the Strategic Partnerships Manager at LIFT International, an anti-human trafficking organization working to identify victims and perpetrators of trafficking and hold offenders accountable for crimes of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. LIFT’s team is made up of criminal investigators, social workers and lawyers, all focused on identifying and assisting survivors of trafficking and increasing convictions of traffickers.

Carter also serves as the Thailand Ambassador of Freedom Collaborative, Vice- Chairman for the International Child Protection Network, and is a member of the Convention on the Rights of the Child Coalition, which works to uphold the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Carter holds a Bachelors in International Studies from the University of Richmond and a Certificate in Social Innovation and Leadership from the United Nations School of Peace.
Val Teraitua
Val Teraitua

Val Teraitua

Ko Tokatoka te maunga
Ko Wairoro te awa
Ko Ngatimatawhauroa Waka
Ko Rahiri te Marae
Te Uri o hau te Hapu
Ko Ngati Whatua ki te Kaipara te iwi
Ko Valerie Marie Ngaoa Teraitua toku ingoa.
 
I am Val, a Mother of 4 raised in Mangere. For nine years I have been managing Pāpatūānuku Kōkiri pan-tribal community marae on Robertson Road. It’s a place that enables sustainable living supported by Te Ao Maori practices. My passion has always been about community development with Jesus Christ at the centre of all things.
 
I tipu ake au i Māngere. Tokowhā āku tamariki. Kua iwa ngā tau e ārahi ana au i a Pāpatūānuku Kōkiri, he marae mātāwaka ki Robertson Road. He wāhi tērā ki te tautoko te hapori kia toitū, e hāpaitia nei e ngā tikanga Māori. Ko tōku ihiihi ko te whanaketanga o te hapori i raro rā i te rangatiratanga o Ihu Karaiti.
St Paul's Worship
St Paul's Worship

St Paul's Worship

We think worship is more about the One we are worshiping than the people doing the worshipping. Yes it involves opening our mouths, yes it involves a heartfelt response and no, it doesn’t matter if you’re tone deaf.

Sometimes our songs are directed upward in response to the infinite love and greatness of God. On those days we sing at the top of our lungs to thank and praise Him for who He is and what He does. Other times the songs are more personal and reflective, giving us an opportunity to connect intimately with our Creator. This looks different for everybody but can involve confessing sin, inviting God to heal us or asking for wisdom and direction. We want our worship to be both grounded in real life and reaching outward to the eternal.

We also believe this is a great space for musicians and singers to express their gifts.

Rosy Keane
Rosy Keane

Rosy Keane

Rosy Keane is a prophet, poet and holy romantic. She searches for the ferocious beauty of God in all creation and people, and articulates this through spoken word, which she has performed internationally.

She has a firm belief that God is calling the women in the Body of Christ to stand up, proclaim the message of the resurrection and lead.

Rosy is a committed soldier of The Salvation Army and has many Salvationist women in her whakapapa. She speaks as a ‘troubler of Israel’, in the tradition of the prophets before her.

John Catmur
John Catmur

John Catmur

John Catmur (Ngāti Ingarangi) grew up in London and unexpectedly came to Aotearoa in 2007. He lives in Māngere and is the pastor of Māngere Baptist church. Until four years ago John could barely count to four in Māori, had never slept on a marae, had shared a hongi with only one person, and had two Māori acquaintances. Today the picture is completely different for him and his church.

Nō Ngāti Ingarangi a Hone. I tipu ake ia i Rānana, kātahi ka haere mai ohorere ki Aotearoa i te tau 2007. E noho ana ia i Māngere hei minita o te haahi Iriiri o Māngere. Tae noa ki te whā tau kua pahure, kāore e taea e Hone te kaute ki te nama whā i te reo Māori. I kore rawe ia i noho ki tētahi marae, a, i hongi ia ki kotahi te tangata anake. Tokorua noa iho ōna hoa Māori i aua wā. Engari iaianei kura tino huri rawa atu tōna ao, me tō tāna haahi…’
Alice Banfield
Alice Banfield

Alice Banfield

Alice Banfield is a humanitarian worker and researcher with an interest in faith, leadership and natural disasters. She is currently undertaking a PhD exploring these areas through a case study of Vanuatu. For the past ten years, Alice has worked for faith-based and secular organisations in New Zealand and the South Pacific. Response experience includes the Temotu earthquake and tsunami (Solomon Islands, 2013); Cyclone Pam (Vanuatu, 2015); and Cyclone Winston (Fiji, 2016). Presently, Alice works part-time as a Humanitarian Specialist at Tearfund NZ.
Claire Hart
Claire Hart

Claire Hart

Claire holds a Masters of International Development from Massey University and works at Tearfund New Zealand as the Education & Advocacy manager.  In 2007, she was part of a group that set up Streetworks, a community development organisation in Hamilton, while a student.  She has worked in human resources and is interested in big picture thinking.
Petra Bagust
Petra Bagust

Petra Bagust

Television personality Petra Bagust has been a longtime ambassador for Tearfund and remains a favourite household name amongst Kiwis. Petra has enjoyed a highly successful broadcasting career spanning more than 20 years, hosting a range of well-known television series, radio shows and live events. She is currently learning Te Reo Māori and loving it!
Joanne Hand
Joanne Hand

Joanne Hand

Joanne joined the Hagar International team as our Northern Coordinator in 2016, after a longstanding career in women’s empowerment overseas. Joanne spent twenty years working with Kurdish women and girls in Turkey, engaging with many of the social justice issues that disproportionately impact women globally, such as violence against women, sexual exploitation, the spread of HIV, mental health issues, and gender equity. She is deeply passionate about the work of Hagar and enjoys communicating our work with anyone and everyone who has an interest in it.
Michael Ward
Michael Ward

Michael Ward

Michael joined the CAP team in 2015, bringing a wealth of experience from working in the Credit Industry, Collections and Property Management. As the Director of Client Services, Michael works to ensure every Debt Help client receives the very best help as they journey their way out of debt and into financial freedom. He and his wife Marien live in South Auckland, enjoying the adventure of raising their five growing boys.
Steve Hamlin
Steve Hamlin

Steve Hamlin

Steve Hamlin practiced as a veterinarian for 10 years before steering his life towards social justice.  He has managed projects in Mongolia, Samoa, Vietnam and Sydney before coming home to Christchurch recently, working with CWS.
Steve has seen some fantastic work and some embarrassing mistakes in the world of international development.  He will describe some “obvious” ways to solve problems for the world’s poor – which can actually cause harm – then contrast them with a different mind-set which is having much better results.
Julie Crawley
Julie Crawley

Julie Crawley

Julie has extensive experience and training in relating to individuals and groups – as an Employee Assistance consultant, trainer, facilitator, supervisor, manager and celebrant. Over the past twenty five years she has implemented and been actively involved in effective employee assistance programmes in a range of workplaces. She also has considerable experience supporting individuals and groups through organisational change and life transition. She is also an accredited Supervisor.
Simon Hart
Simon Hart

Simon Hart

My wife Nicola and I have two children, Leo is three and Zoe is 15 months. Together we have spent the last ten years living in and, for seven years, leading an intentional Christian community in Addington, Christchurch. Our community is a part of South West Baptist Church where I have worked for the last seven years. The team I was part of focused on supporting and growing intentional neighbourhood communities around SWBC. These communities seek to love God and the people around them, journeying together through the highs and lows of life. My community has a particular focus on providing supportive accommodation for socially isolated people and helping out where we can with local Addington organisations. The pioneers of our community started The Addington Coffee Co-op, a café that redistributes 70% of its profits to global and local initiatives. Recently we started a new social enterprise; an Urban Farm that provides a space of belonging for wanderers in Addington as well as selling vegetables to local cafes. My life has been transformed by the friendships and experiences of walking alongside people on the margins of society and I am passionate about helping others to do the same.
Nigel Cottle
Nigel Cottle

Nigel Cottle

Nigel grew up as a missionary kid in the Solomon Islands. He had a long history of youth work & coaching behind him when he helped setup and then took on the management of Crave café in Morningside. The mission; to make Morningside a better place to live. The café is a part of this mission, it has grown from a small 22 seat space to the massive 200 seat venue it is today. The cafe is helping to change the shape of the Morningside neighbourhood and to drive a new way of doing hospitality in NZ, one that is neighbourhood focussed. Nigel lives in Morningside with his wife Cathie, 3 girls Anaïs, Portia & Trelise along with the Noel family in a co-housing scenario. Their family spent a few months in Kolkata, India working with the Loyal Workshop in a move to give his girls a broader context for life in NZ, to grow their heart for others and to help develop in the family a real desire to see this world changed and to be an integral part of that change.
Carl Vink
Carl Vink

Carl Vink

Carl Vink is the General Manager of The Wilberforce Foundation, a philanthropic trust that seeks to fund and support faith-based organisations who are reaching out to communities and making a difference in the lives of New Zealanders. Early in 2018, the foundation commissioned a research study into the state of faith and belief in Aotearoa. The hope is that the report acts as a catalyst for conversation and reflection on both the challenges and opportunities for faith communities within our country. www.faithandbeliefstudynz.org
Bruce Anderson
Bruce Anderson

Bruce Anderson

Bruce Anderson is the Chief Financial Officer for Christian Savings. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant and member of the Institute of Directors. Bruce has over twenty five years’ experience in the financial services sector working in senior financial positions for companies such as UDC Finance and ANZ Bank. Through his experience on various boards he has acquired excellent governance skills. He attends Windsor Park Baptist Church and was previously the Chairman of the Board for Rhema Media Incorporated for 6 years.
Kevin Riddell
Kevin Riddell

Kevin Riddell

Kevin is the Senior Grants Specialist at Tearfund NZ, as part of their International Programmes Team. He oversees a number of overseas NZAID funded empowerment programmes. Kevin is a Christian of NZ Maori heritage, born and raised in Auckland where he completed his secondary and tertiary education.

Originally, Kevin planned a career in Engineering and Industrial Development. However, a change of direction in the 1980’s saw him move to Australia for studies in anthropology and world religions. Before moving overseas to the Middle East with a view to working with the Kurds (Who remain the largest minority group in the world without a homeland). For the last 30 years he has been primarily field based working in conflict zones on relief and development programmes with the UN and a number of European and UK NGOs.
Kate- Dignity Freedom Network
Kate- Dignity Freedom Network

Kate- Dignity Freedom Network

During 17 years with OM, Kate developed a passion for working alongside the poorest of the poor as she was exposed to the atrocities that millions around the world experience daily. 

Motivated by the extensive needs and transformational work being done in India, DFN was established in 2016, working to restore dignity and hope to Dalit people and end the heinous Jogini system which sees thousands of women enslaved in ritualised abuse.
David Allis
David Allis

David Allis

David is an ex-engineer, ex-manager, ex-pastor, ex-missionary, ex-Bible-College-Principal, now turned serial-entrepreneur, businessman & justice innovator. Straight, married-with-6-kids, 2 ½ grandchildren, middle-aged, white male – and still wanting to change the world. Passionately active with Effective Altruism and other justice initiatives, while also trying to stir up the NZ church for inclusion, social justice, anti-materialism & commitment to fighting poverty.
Denison Grellmann
Denison Grellmann

Denison Grellmann

Denison is the CEO of ADRA NZ and has worked in international development for the past 20 years.  Denison brings a wide pragmatic perspective on social justice and development being a Brazilian born and having lived and worked in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and North America.  Apart from his full-on job, Denison is currently doing a PhD in Anthropology with particular emphasis on the role of faith in post-disaster situations.   Denison’s goal as a leader is to inspire and empower others to continuously grow not only as professionals but also as change agents in this world.
Dr Fiona Langridge
Dr Fiona Langridge

Dr Fiona Langridge

Fiona Langridge is a global child health clinician, academic and advocate. Her PhD investigated the health needs of primary school children in Tonga.  She currently works as a developmental coordinator for vulnerable children in the Hawkes Bay. Alongside this Fiona assists her husband with pastoring Equippers Church Napier.  Within the Equippers church network she has been responsible for leading a number of voluntary community service activities including social action, community and health initiatives both in New Zealand and globally. Probably her most important job, however, is caring for her three boys aged 4, 8 and 10.
Colin Austin
Colin Austin

Colin Austin

Colin Austin is an investment adviser with over 20 years’ experience assisting investors to make great investment decisions. In addition to helping private clients, Colin has a special interest in providing sound stewardship investment options for churches and Christian charities that look beyond traditional ‘responsible’ investing and meet the need for positive Christian outcomes while achieving strong long term investment returns.  Colin will talk about how the investment decisions we make can have a flow through effect all the way down the supply chain. From banking to KiwiSaver we have the opportunity to have a positive impact on the world.