Vui Suli Tuitaupe is the Team Leader for Clinical and Health Promotion at Tangata Atumotu. He is passionate about holistic health and wellbeing, and the promotion of physical activity and leads Island Dance Beats sessions that help people in our community to become healthier versions of themselves. “I love working with the communities I serve, focusing on illness-prevention and illness-cure”. Outside of Tangata Atumotu, Vui Suli is currently studying a health sciences doctorate at the University of Canterbury and is also the founder and Chair of Moana Vā.
Nina Oberg-Humphries is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Tagata Moana Trust. Nina is a proud second-generation New Zealand born Cook Islander. A multimedia artist, Nina has a background in management, project design, community education, arts and Pacific heritage material. Tagata Moana Trust is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of Pacific peoples living in Aotearoa. By utilising Pacific arts, language and culture to drive STEAM education, Tagata Moana Trust develop and improve vocational skills and opportunities for Pasifika people.