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Womankind : New Zealand women making a difference / text Margie Thomson ; photographs Simon Young.

By: Thomson, Margie [author.].
Contributor(s): Young, Simon, 1965- [photographer.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Auckland] : Penguin Books, 2019Copyright date: �2019Description: 247 pages : colour illustrations ; 30 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780143772729; 0143772724.Other title: Woman kind.Subject(s): Women -- New Zealand -- Biography | Women heroes -- New Zealand -- Biography | Successful people -- New Zealand -- Biography | Women heroes - New Zealand - Biography | Women - New Zealand - Biography | Successful people - New Zealand - BiographyDDC classification: 305.4092293
Contents:
Jackie Clark -- Erana Severne -- Rez Gardi -- Hinewehi Mohi -- Jacinda Ardern -- Parris Goebel -- Margaret Sparrow -- Mandeep Kaur -- Portia Woodman -- Vanisa Dhiru -- Lexie Matheson -- Chl�oe Swarbrick -- Iritana Tawhiwhirangi -- Laura O'Connell Rapira -- Selina Tusitala Marsh -- Sue Bradford -- Nikki Turner -- Mary Fisher -- Hinemoa Elder -- Jeanette Fitzsimons -- Estella Lee -- Alison Dewes -- Alison Jones and Kuni Kaa Jenkins -- Amy Maslen-Miller -- Adrienne Dalton -- Lema Shamamba -- Helen Clark -- Julia Whaipooti -- Gil Hanly -- Kristine Bartlett -- Mihingarangi Forbes -- Lisa Kendall -- Catriona Williams -- Louise Nicholas -- Anjum Rahman -- Johanna and Brittany Cosgrove -- Malvina Major -- Janine Williams -- Marine Prickett -- Monique Faleafa -- Beverley Morris -- Jenny Shipley -- Rachel Lang -- Marianne Elliott -- Gaylene Preston -- Annah Stretton -- Juliet Gerrard -- Lisa Reihana -- Katie Williams -- Renee Liang -- Anne Salmond
Summary: "Profiles and portraits celebrating the successes and diversity of New Zealand women across many spheres - politics, arts, science, community development, business innovation and health.These leaders share their views on what it's like to be a woman in New Zealand today- the contributions they are most proud of, challenges they have faced and still face, dreams they have and goals for the role of New Zealand women. The range of women covers diverse fields, ages and ethnic backgrounds - from household names like Jacinda Ardern and Helen Clark, Malvina Major and Portia Woodman, to unsung heroines of the suburbs - a Kiwi Samoan scientist, the first Indian-born female police officer, and a maker of coffins! These 50 New Zealand women have set out to make a difference in the world, whether that be on a global stage, or in their local communities"--Publisher information.
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A landmark book of profiles and portraits celebrating the successes and diversity of New Zealand women across many spheres - politics, arts, science, community development, business innovation and health.
These leaders share their views on what it's like to be a woman in New Zealand today- the contributions they are most proud of, challenges they have faced and still face, dreams they have and goals for the role of New Zealand women. The range of women covers diverse fields, ages and ethnic backgrounds - from household names like Jacinda Ardern and Helen Clark, Malvina Major and Portia Woodman, to unsung heroines of the suburbs - a Kiwi Samoan scientist, the first Indian-born female police officer, and a maker of coffins!
These more than 50 New Zealand women have set out to make a difference in the world, whether that be on a global stage, or in their local communities.

Jackie Clark -- Erana Severne -- Rez Gardi -- Hinewehi Mohi -- Jacinda Ardern -- Parris Goebel -- Margaret Sparrow -- Mandeep Kaur -- Portia Woodman -- Vanisa Dhiru -- Lexie Matheson -- Chl�oe Swarbrick -- Iritana Tawhiwhirangi -- Laura O'Connell Rapira -- Selina Tusitala Marsh -- Sue Bradford -- Nikki Turner -- Mary Fisher -- Hinemoa Elder -- Jeanette Fitzsimons -- Estella Lee -- Alison Dewes -- Alison Jones and Kuni Kaa Jenkins -- Amy Maslen-Miller -- Adrienne Dalton -- Lema Shamamba -- Helen Clark -- Julia Whaipooti -- Gil Hanly -- Kristine Bartlett -- Mihingarangi Forbes -- Lisa Kendall -- Catriona Williams -- Louise Nicholas -- Anjum Rahman -- Johanna and Brittany Cosgrove -- Malvina Major -- Janine Williams -- Marine Prickett -- Monique Faleafa -- Beverley Morris -- Jenny Shipley -- Rachel Lang -- Marianne Elliott -- Gaylene Preston -- Annah Stretton -- Juliet Gerrard -- Lisa Reihana -- Katie Williams -- Renee Liang -- Anne Salmond

"Profiles and portraits celebrating the successes and diversity of New Zealand women across many spheres - politics, arts, science, community development, business innovation and health.These leaders share their views on what it's like to be a woman in New Zealand today- the contributions they are most proud of, challenges they have faced and still face, dreams they have and goals for the role of New Zealand women. The range of women covers diverse fields, ages and ethnic backgrounds - from household names like Jacinda Ardern and Helen Clark, Malvina Major and Portia Woodman, to unsung heroines of the suburbs - a Kiwi Samoan scientist, the first Indian-born female police officer, and a maker of coffins! These 50 New Zealand women have set out to make a difference in the world, whether that be on a global stage, or in their local communities"--Publisher information.