Regional managers

Nicola Anderson, Northern Regional Manager 

Nicola manages Te Kura’s Northern Region, comprising more than 100 staff and around 3000 students. All of this region’s staff are based in-region. The Northern Region covers all of Auckland and Northland, from Cape Reinga to Port Waikato.

Kaye Kinney, Acting Regional Manager, Central North – Te Kāhui Hauāuru

Ray Edwards, Acting Regional Manager, Central North – Te Kāhui Rāwhiti

The central North Region comprises more than 90 kaimahi and about 3000 ākonga. The region spans districts in the middle of the North Island, from Thames-Coromandel, Waikato and Gisborne to Hastings and Ruapehu. Most of the region’s staff are based in-region, either in the main office located in Hamilton, or in Hastings, Tauranga or Rotorua.

We are currently trialling a split in the region, with Kaye and Ray leading the separate areas, Te Kāhui Hauāuru and Te Kāhui Rāwhiti.

Anil Singh, Central South Regional Manager

Anil manages Te Kura’s Central South Region. The main office is in Wellington, with some staff also based in Taranaki, Whanganui and Palmerston North. There are more than 110 staff and around 3000 students. Central South covers the lower half of the North Island, from Taranaki to Manawatu-Whanganui and down to Wellington. 

Amy Stewart, Southern Regional Manager

Amy manages Te Kura’s Southern Region, comprising more than 100 staff and around 3000 students. The Southern Region covers all of the South Island. Staff are mainly based in the Christchurch office, with additional staff in Nelson and Dunedin.

Wendy Talbot-Aspin, Overseas/Early Childhood Regional Manager

Wendy manages Te Kura's Overseas and Early Childhood services, comprising more than 30 staff and around 950 students. Based in Wellington, the Pounamu and Te Tai Toka teams support students located overseas, including full-time and dual enrolments from the Realm countries. The Raumati team supports early childhood learners and whānau throughout New Zealand.

Christine Te Kiri, Te Aka Taumatua National Manager

Christine leads Te Aka Taumatua, our bilingual and immersion provision to fulltime, Young Adults and dual registered ākonga through te reo Māori.

Te Aka Taumatua is part of the Learning Delivery wāhanga, which was established in March 2020, and is an addition to our other regions.