At Tūtaki our most important asset is our staff. We have a fun, loyal, highly competent and passionate bunch of people working to achieve our organisation’s mission. Every person in every position plays an integral role and contributes well to the success of our organisation. We are family!
Preventions Social Worker
Kia Ora, I have been privileged to have been working here since our opening in July 2013. I was lucky enough to gain a position at this awesome workplace, a workplace where I still love my job and my work mates immensely years on from starting.More about Steph Walden
Fitness Services Coordinator
I started working at Tūtaki Youth Inc. in 2017, prior to that I had been contracted here as a personal trainer and class instructor. I really enjoyed working alongside the team at Tūtaki and when the opportunity arose to become an employee I jumped.More about Dane Carr
I’m the first face you may see when entering our great facility. I joined the team at Tūtaki Youth in 2015 as a part of the administration team. Tūtaki was created by a group of amazing people who saw a need for the youth in our community to be well supported in reaching their full potential.More about Kim Marsh
Image & Innovation Leader
I jumped on board with Tūtaki Youth in mid 2013 after the facility’s opening and I’m now one of the longest standing team members we have. This place has grown, jumped over hurdles, adapted, and continues to develop into an awesome place to work and have available to the Stratford community.
Things have changed a lot since our intial opening year but we continue to run such a tight-ship here at Tūtaki Youth where all our diversity and experience is utilised to it’s best. It makes for an awesome place to work!More about Hayden Mattock
Police Projects Leader
I was part of the inception group that became Tūtaki Youth Inc. through my role as Police Project Leader I’ve helped create the great facility we have today. I have been part of this fantastic team as a practitioner (through the Lions Den Boxing & Brazilian Jiu Jitsu), a Family violence Co-ordinator, the Deputy Chairman on the Board of Trustees and finally as the General Manager. Through all my previous and current roles the goal has always been to help every young person in Central Taranaki reach their potential.More about Simon Howard