Hemi Cordell

Hemi has grown up as a Third-Culture Kid, having been born in Auckland but subsequently being whisked off by his parents to live in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Bangladesh, India and the East-End of London. His international upbringing has led to a strong interest in International Development, Social/Youth Work and Teaching. After settling in the […]

Emma Hunter

Emma (she/her) is a kiwi reigning from the Wop-Wops of the west coast of Northern Waikato, and was schooled in Auckland where she spent most of her time coaching and playing competitive netball, rowing, and track & field. Leaving school she attended Auckland University and obtained a degree in Event Management, and has a further […]

Sam Strong

Sam’s background has always involved kids and fun. She has a diploma in Recreation and Leisure Programming for Conestoga College and two partial degrees in Sport Science and Recreation for York University and The University of Waterloo. She started off programming for summer camps in her home province of Ontario, then followed her passion for […]