National Executive candidates Central Regional Representative 2023

Nia Bartley

I am an E tū solidarity member and hold elected PSA, NZCTU and community leadership roles. I have experience from various workplaces and unions.

Presented to many select committees; conferences, supported campaigns, festivals, rallies and protests, from Equal Pay, Living Wage, Pay transparency, Fair Pay Agreements, RSE Workers rights, Modern Slavery and Worker exploitation and other issues.
I will with discretion and respect share our members stories of hardship and triumph. My governance and lived experiences will be an asset on the executive board and I will further enhance the diversity of our collective voice and minds.
It will be an honour and a privilege to represent our Central Region.
I will bring a positivity, creativity and an empowered and collaborative approach to the table to benefit ALL members, current and future because we the PEOPLE are the union.
Kia manuia and nga manaakitanga.

Rosey Ngakopu

Kia orana Tatou Katoatoa,
my name is Rosey and I’m standing this year to be part of the E tū National Executive.

I love everything we do in E tū, I hold our values so strong in my heart, and my heart always leads to do better in life as a leader.
I am a passionate campaigner especially for Fair Pay Agreements for the Security Industry, and I champion the Living Wage Movement. I’m also part of the E tū Woman’s Committee, as their central representative.

I have an open-door policy where other delegates and leaders of E tū can engage with me about the situations they face on their sites, and I advise as best as I can.

I hope to empower and inspire our upcoming delegates and leaders of our E tū union.

Meitaki Ranuinui,