NEXT was privileged to have some of New Zealand’s top educationalists, environmentalists and philanthropists among over 200 guests at the Auckland War Memorial Museum to celebrate our first five years.
Photographer Daniel Lee, who is a friend of NEXT through The Staples Education Foundation, captured the evening on film.
More than 200 people attended the NEXT fifth celebrations at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. Ngāti Whātua welcomed guests with a mihi whākatau.
Attendees included some of New Zealand’s leading environmentalists, educationalists and philanthropists.
NEXT founders Neal and Annette Plowman
NEXT Advisory Board member Geoff Ricketts, with NEXT environmental director Jan Hania
Wright Family Foundation founders Chloe Wright and Wayne Wright with Mark Bentley, University of Auckland
Edmund Hillary Fellowship co-founder and CEO Joseph Ayele, Paul Whitfield, NEXT education kaihautū member Marion Heppner
Bobux International Ltd CEO Andrew Sharp with NEXT CEO Bill Kermode
NEXT founding Chair Chris Liddell, and David Steele, Forsyth Barr
Kea’s Global Director World Class New Zealand Susan Glasgow, and media personality Carol Hirschfeld
PWC senior partner David Lamb, Kevin Best and Ian Kuperus, from the Wilberforce Foundation
NEXT founding chair Chris Liddell
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Sir John Key
American philanthropist Renee Harbers, Chair of Te Manahuna Aoraki Dr Jan Wright, with Luc Harbers
Ako Mātātupu:Teach First New Zealand graduate Avi Duckor Jones
NEXT founder Annette Plowman with Taranaki Mounga Chair Jamie Tuuta
Media personalities Te Radar and Carol Hirschfeld
to view the full celebration.
09 July 2019
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