A seasoned keynote speaker, Arizona influences hearts and minds to inspire people to think about their impact on the world. She is innovative, brave and a proud Indigenous daughter of the Moana.
Realising her love for storytelling at a young age, Arizona presented her first TEDx talk at 18 years old and has continued to connect with audiences since. She is a content specialist and a recent Master of Human Rights graduate.
A semi-finalist for the 2021 Young New Zealander of the Year, Arizona has been involved in governance and advisories for almost ten years. She is now a Director on the Counties Manukau Rugby Football Union board.
Arizona is passionate about enabling brave conversations and creating equitable pathways.
Ola is drawn to roles that reduce inequities and has a decade of experience providing solutions in the finance and health sector. With his experience in managing dynamic projects and transforming equity initiatives through innovation, he is energised to also use his lived experiences of exclusion to convert conversations about inclusion and fairness into meaningful action.
Ola has a Bachelor's degree in Commerce from the University of Auckland and Master's degree in Business from the University of Queensland. He has worked with clients in health, hospitality and not-for-profits to create messaging that improves organisational outcomes.
He is a proud brother to three beautiful sisters and the son of hard-working migrant parents of Samoan and Fijian descent from the villages of Vaisala and Vaivase-Tai.