Ko Pukemaire te Maunga, Ko Reporua te Awa, Ko Tuauau te Marae
Ko Ngati Porou te Iwi, Ko Ngati Rangi te hapu o toku Matua. Ko Vaigaga ki Hamoa te Iwi o toku Whaea.
Carnia-Rose Aupouri is one of our weekend kaiāwhina at the girls kāinga. During the week she works as a teacher aide at Kedgley Intermediate School during the day and tutors English at Kumon during her evenings.
Before joining InZone, Carnia-Rose has had work experience with Public Outreach where she did ethical phone fundraising for Make-A-Wish foundation. Prior to that, she did a four-year internship with Fletcher Building Limited as a recipient of the First Foundation Scholarship.
Carnia-Rose Aupouri has a proud cultural heritage of Samoan and Maori. She was raised in Tāmaki Makaurau since the age of three and has been an active member in the E.F.K.S Magele i Sisifo Congregational Church. There she learnt how to speak, read and write in Gagana Samoa.
She is very excited to step into a role where she is working alongside youth. Her purpose is to aid, nurture and support our tamariki to push beyond their perceived limits, so they can reach their full potential.