With 20+ years of experience in IT leadership roles, I understand that people should drive technology and not have technology drive them. I see the ever-changing impact that social media and technology has on our lives, so I’m always looking to see how technology can actually improve our lives.
I love helping people and businesses achieve their goals through the use of social media and innovative technology.
I enjoy developing strategic plans that have an aspirational vision, and clear stepping-stones that achieve transformational change.
I am affiliated with the Māori tribes (iwi) of New Zealand - Tūhoe and Waikato, and the subtribes (hapū) – Te Urewera and Ngāti Māhanga respectively. It is through my cultural awareness that the name ‘Digital Taniwha’ was created.
My personal interests include mountain-biking, spending time with my wife, my dog, family and friends.
What does “Digital Taniwha” mean?
A “taniwha” (pronounced ‘tunee-faa’) is the name of a spirital creature in Māori culture. The word taniwha is also known as a guardian or leader in many Māori tribes, and it is this context in which it is used.
Digital Taniwha provides leadership and guardianship to people and businesses, as they occupy the digital world.
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