Caleb WatsonChairperson

Caleb Watson

Caleb has worked in the digital services and telecommunications sector for over seven years in roles spanning learning development, operations, technology, project management, and product ownership. He is currently Operations and Resourcing Lead at Spark New Zealand. For two years, Caleb was also an elected trustee of Spark Foundation – the charitable arm of Spark which at the time owned Givealittle - a leading fundraising platform.

Caleb is a volunteer web developer and is passionate about people, culture, history, technology and the good that can be created when these combine.

Lee ReygateVice-Chairperson

Lee Reygate

Lee has worked in health for over 20 years, initially in intellectual disability and for the last 18 years mental health. He has worked in a number of roles and is currently employed with Connect Support Recovery as a general manager for operations. Prior to his current position Lee worked for 5 years as a planner and funder for the Waitemata and Auckland District Health Boards. Lee has degrees in psychology and philosophy, health science (occupational therapy), and a master’s degree in management.

He has particular interests in the development of primary mental health services and the use of social outcome indicators (examples include employment and housing) for those people who use mental health services.

Maurice MurphyTreasurer

Maurice Murphy

Maurice has had an extensive career in the banking industry spanning New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. He is currently employed in a position with the Co-operative Bank. Having spent part of his career in Asia he has a particular interest in working with other cultures and also embraces diversity within the wider community.

His interests include road cycling, reading travel and caravanning. He and his wife Jan have 3 adult children with 2 in New Zealand and one in the USA. They have 6 grand children.

Clayton Rangitutia

Clayton Rangitutia

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā kārangaranga maha o te motu. Tēnā tātou katoa.

My role is an Iwi Support Worker at Te Puna Hauora, working specifically with people who experience mental health issues. Having lived experience, and whānau who have also experienced mental health issues, I have developed a greater understanding of people who are in, or have been in similar situations.

I have a passion for Māori development. Recently I have been involved in the early planning stages to establish a local marae on the North Shore. Within the last year, I supported various schools on the North Shore to learn and carry out out tikanga practices. Tikanga Māori can bring greater cultural awareness and understanding.

Josh Lee

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Josh has a background in Psychology and has worked in mental health for a number of years. He is currently employed with the Psychology and Programmes team at the Department of Corrections and is primarily based in Wellington.

Prior to his current position, Josh has been involved in working with acute mental health inpatient services for the Waitemata District Health Board.

Josh is interested in the prevention of mental health conditions and improvement of wellbeing through the use of early interventions".


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