Jennifer Nickel is a sustainability professional who is fascinated by environmental and wellbeing solutions for both urban and rural life. She is running for Waikato Regional Council’s Hamilton Ward in 2019.
It is by taking time out of your own life to help others, that will take us a step closer to making the world a better place. One voice at a time, working together, we can achieve the changes our community needs.
Farrah Mohammed is an inspiring young entrepreneur and hard working Hamiltonian. She is passionate about food, well-being and helping people in her tough line of work
Chaz Naera is a youth worker and community leader right here in Hamilton, he has been on a whirlwind journey of culture and identity and has an amazing outlook on young peoples struggles and triumphs.
How was Festival For The Future 2019? In two words: MIND BLOWING! Our experience of this epic annual event ticked every box that a changemaker could ask for. Want to read more about what our Seed Waikato whaanau felt, did and heard at #FFTF2019? Here’s what each young leader had to say.
‘Paper’ Matt Shea is a 28-year old entrepreneur running for Hamilton City Council’s West Ward.
Kesh Naidoo-Rauf is a mum, a wife, a community pharmacist, business owner running for Hamilton City Council’s East Ward in 2019.
To be the upholders of expression is to fight the good fight, to safeguard the revolutionary act of being creative, to ensure that the message we are communicating to the world is one that will push us towards a future that we have all had a hand in creating.
In April, I had the privilege to attend RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards), which is a leadership development programme for emerging leaders. Reflecting on my adventure almost three months later, there are three main learnings that I want to share with you: Teamwork. Inspiration. Self-Awareness.
We can ride out what comes our way
and rest in the moments
when we make it through.
Rock bottom tends to provide one of two outcomes; quitting or persevering. We are interested in the persevering, in seeing rock bottom as a springboard in disguise.
Every day, it’s the same routine: wake up, prepare breakfast, take a shower, go to the office, come back in the evening, workout, make dinner, work on projects, spend time with family or friends, and finally (after a long exhausting day) go to sleep. Does this sound familiar to you?