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Dreamshop: see + act + do

  • Waikato Museum 1 Grantham Street Hamilton, Waikato, 3204 New Zealand (map)
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Do you want to develop your leadership skills? Learn more about vision? Better understand your personal purpose? Then this Dreamshop is for you! We're bringing together three incredibly inspirational people to enable you to see + act + do in a more meaningful way.

Cheryl Reynolds (Social Entrepreneur) will be taking you through VISION to help you SEE better.

Danae Cooney (Expert Facilitator) will help you discover and develop your PURPOSE to support you to DO better.

Shelley Campbell (Executive Leader) will support you to develop your LEADERSHIP skills so you can ACT better.

What is a Dreamshop?

You spoke. We heard.  Our Dreamshop takes our inspirational storytelling events one step further, creating an interactive space for you to dream and do. This workshop style event brings together three inspiring leaders to connect with you in small groups. You'll learn ‘how-to’ develop your potential, and gain skills and tools to do life different. There are only 75 tickets available for this event, so get yours now!

Doors open at 5.45pm for kai, mixing and mingling, and we'll kick things off at 6.15pm on the dot!


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Cheryl Reynolds - Social Entrepreneur

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Cheryl is a passionate energetic and purposeful creative entrepreneur with over twenty five years leadership experience at international levels. In New Zealand, Cheryl is known as the founding CEO of Momentum Waikato, a new high-impact philanthropic foundation; the founding CEO of SODA Inc, Waikato's business incubator and entrepreneurship hub; and the founder of SPARK, the international festival of Music, Media, Arts and Design.

Never one to rest, Cheryl is an aviator who loves to fly, a stargazer who loves to contemplate the universe, and with a Post Grad in business and a Masters in fine art, she has eleven startups under her belt (so far), and loves to photograph Raglan sunsets. 


Danae Cooney - Expert Facilitator

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Danae is passionate about seeing people reach their potential. She strives to see the marginalised persons in Hamilton receive the support & guidance they need and see every person living a full and happy life.

Danae’s work for the Hamilton-based social enterprise, Interactionz, sees her working as a Facilitator, Trainer and a Business Development Assistant. As a Facilitator, she walks individuals and groups through guided facilitation processes to explore their deepest purpose, their highest potential, and their vision for their future. Through the power of Visualisation, she helps people to gain insight into who they are and what matters most for their lives.


Shelley Campbell - Inspirational Leader

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Shelley is the CEO of the Waikato Bay of Plenty Cancer Society providing cancer prevention and support services to over 700,000 people in the region, leading a team of 800 staff and volunteers. Shelley was the CEO of Sir Peter Blake Trust, has received the rank of Honorary Captain with the Royal NZ Navy, received a Blake Leadership Award for her work in Primary care and in 2017 was awarded a MNZM for her work in the health and disability sector. 

Shelley is a life member of the Halberg Foundation, Board member of Enrich +Te Pou, and LeVa and in 2017 was appointed to NIWA’s National Science Challenge Board. A fan of bootcamps and Iron Maori, Shelley lives in Te Awamutu with her husband Chris and has 4 children and 2 grandchildren.


A special thank you to Sam Wright, who created this highlights reel so you can get a taste of the vibe!


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