Board of Trustees

Anne Pankhurst

Anne Pankhurst works at the Tauranga Chamber of Commerce, and is General Manager of Restorative Justice. Anne loves working with businesses to realise their potential and has a strong interest in Economic Development for the region. She is a member of SmartGrowth Strategic Partners, Chair of Population Aging Technical Advisory Group. She has a business background in the hospitality sector and has opened and owned several well-known and highly successful restaurant businesses. Anne is chair of Tarnished Frocks and Divas, Live for More Trust and sits on the Tauranga Moana Museum Trust.

Tamati Cameron

Tamati Cameron is of Te Rarawa descent in the far north but grew up mostly in the Waikato. He has spent the past eight years employed as Senior Pastor of C3 Church Tauranga. His major passion is to see transformed lives fulfilling their potential and making a positive lasting change on community. Prior to this role he spent six years working full time with youth and children in Hamilton. He has a strong sporting background and studied Psychology and History at The University of Waikato. He continues to have a passion for sports and is a keen surfer.

Krista Davis

Krista Davis is the founder, youth clinician, and MD of Live for More Charitable Trust. Krista is passionate about working with people caught up with drugs, alcohol and crime and seeing them move forward to succeed in life. Krista has a degree in Psychology from UCSB and a post-graduate certificate in Drug and Alcohol Studies from the Auckland University. She has been a registered DAPAANZ Drug and Alcohol Clinician since 2010. Krista is a passionate surfer who’s long had a dream to use surf therapy as a means to reach troubled youth. In 2011 she created a successful surf therapy programme called ‘Stoked tai ora’. Krista’s dream of surf therapy has now developed into Live for More Charitable Trust.

Caleb Putt

Caleb is a registered social worker of more than 10 years with experience working in Care and Protection, Disability, Youth Justice and now Youth Alcohol and other Drugs (AOD)/Mental Health. He is the team leader for Sorted, BOPDHB’s Youth AOD service that is also part of the Maternal Infant Child Adolescent Mental Health Service. Sorted works with young people regarding their substance use and mental health issues and as Team Leader Caleb’s role is to oversee clinical practice, facilitate service development and consult with all other Youth AOD providers funded by BOPDHB.

Paul Wrigley

Paul has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Auckland University. He has 21 years as a NZ Police Officer, and is the Community Constable for Tauranga City. He is highly motivated to find solutions that affect the community other than traditional arrest and prosecution models. He believes Live For More offers young men a fantastic chance for a meaningful life before becoming institutionalised within the justice system. Paul loves spending time with family and friends and is an avid surfer, both as a sport and a way to relax and recharge.

Toni-Lee Hawira

Toni-lee is of Ngati Pukenga descent and was raised in Arataki, Mount Maunganui. She holds a Bachelor of Management Degree majoring in Accounting from Waikato University and is currently a member of CAANZ. She is passionate about assisting people to reach their dreams. Toni-lee is the fantastic treasurer of Live for More who always has a smile on her face.

Lori Luke

Lori is the Acorn Foundation General Manager and is on the organising committee for TEDxTauranga. She moved to New Zealand from the US in 2009 with her family and is a dual citizen. Lori holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics and German Studies from Stanford University and has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, market research, business development and R&D roles in the United States and New Zealand. She is passionate about using her skills to help individuals and organisations reach their full potential.