Rochelle Stewart-Allen

Pou Kaiārahi

Rochelle Stewart-Allen is a senior leader with over 10 years’ executive management and leadership experience in the community, government, NGO and corporate environments. Over the course of her career, Rochelle has demonstrated a passion for philanthropy while playing a pivotal role in building, supporting and driving community initiatives as a member of various government, public and private organisations. In these roles, Rochelle has showcased her commitment towards honouring the core values and principles of New Zealand Aotearoa’s cultural diversity, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and everything that encompasses the New Zealand spirit. 

Ronja Ievers

Pou Menetia – External Relations Manager 

As the External Relations Manager, a key focus of mine is coordinating Hui E!’s regular hui in Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch and other regions, strengthening relations with groups outside of the sector and supporting the exchange of information. It is important to me that I can add value to Hui E! and your work.

My experience in the not-for-profit sector ranges from facilitating small peer support groups for new mothers, to running the national office of the United Nations Association of New Zealand. Prior to that, I worked in international education for many years, both in the private and public sector. I hold a first class honours in International Business Management, and have been studying towards a Diploma in Early Childhood and Adult Education, as part of my own journey of raising two children. I also recently joined Te Wānanga o Aotearoa and am studying te reo Māori.