Our People

Rachel Petero

Global Tainui Ambassador - Empowering Leaders of Change in Business and Society

Yvonne Kainuku-Walsh

Registered nurse and special projects lead

Tracey Pile

"Making a difference where it matters most"

Dordi Moen

Artist and Weta Workshop’s lovely little piece of Norway

Miria Royal

Living, working and playing to the fullest

Simon Phillips

Modern Day - Maori Warrior

Jade Whipps

Kiwi country girl with a passion for IT

Carl Wairau

Developing futures

Paul Tobin

Tenacious Designer, Tutor and globally celebrated artist.

Dan Walker

Talented IT Sales Guru

William Furneaux

Meet one of Weta workshops talented artists.

Nadeen Papali’i

Educational equality in New Zealand

Brett Keno

Sculptor, Brother, Father, Husband & Son.

Tola Newbery (City Boy)

Actor/Performance Artist

Thomas Haapu

Breaking new ground

Chief Tuaopepe John Ah Kuoi

Helping people toward better lives

Daniel Panter

Sports & Celebrity Photographer - read my story

Nathan Mansell

IT guy at Treasury

Matt Evans

Photographer - read my story

Himiona Grace

Movie Director - read my story

Quentin Randall

Living 'the life less ordinary' to its fullest


Meet this talented member of the NZSO

Craig Wells

Hunter, Gatherer, Father and making a massive difference to Maori and Iwi in Northland

Bino Smith


Linda Cohen

From London to Wellington

Dr Kathie Irwin

(Ngati Porou, Rakaipaaka, Ngati Kahungunu) Educator, mentor, mother, granddaughter, singer and writer - Story by Tony Cutting

Jelena Bennett


Patuki Harding

A man able to communicate in many worlds

Linda Gilbert

Combining creative skills and business knowledge for great results

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We are making a significant change...

In 2018 the owners of JobCafe decided to change our status to that of a Social Enterprise.  This effectively means our profits will be invested into projects that help make New Zealand a better place to LIVE. Work and Play.  Our initial projects focus on becoming a champion for diversity, in particular we will work on 'Possibility' our network for people with disabilities able to work and 'The Kumara Vine' our Maori & Pasifika network.  In future we will look for other projects that can help make a positive difference for all Kiwi's.

If you would like to help support our mahi (work) please simply join our talent pool or 'like' us on facebook to start with.  If you are keen to get more involved feel free to contact us via this website.

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