About Us

Tāmaki WRAP is a charitable trust made up predominantly of local people from the Tāmaki region. Our backgrounds, skills and interests are diverse but our commitment to ensuring a sustainable and healthy community unites us all.


Tāmaki WRAP Working Group

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Tara Moala

HubZERO Project Manager

Tara is a community development practitioner from Rākau Tautoko. She is managing Hub Zero to get set up and running as a collective of Waste Based Social Enterprises. She lives in Tāmaki with her husband and three tamariki. She has a busy life between community development projects, kids, and any chance to get in the garden she can sneak in.


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Dorthe Siggaard

Community Activator

Dorthe has been an environmentalist her whole life. She feels lucky to be part of the Tāmaki WRAP family. “I am passionate about working in the community to increases the awareness of waste and encouraging ways of living a more sustainable lifestyle. Dorthe works with schools, churches, community groups and businesses in Tāmaki helping with waste reduction and establishment of vegetable gardens.

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Morgan Renata

Plastic Free Project Lead

With a passion for sustainability and community, Morgan could not have found a better fit than Tāmaki WRAP. After coming along to one networking hui she was hooked and has since been leading the education in schools about the effects of single use plastic as well as supporting other Tāmaki WRAP projects with her art and design skills.


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Liz Peterson

United Sustainable Sisters Project Manager

Liz first connected with Tāmaki WRAP at a Waste Free Parenting workshop in 2015 and since then has volunteered with Tāmaki WRAP and is currently coordinating the United Sustainable Sisters project. Liz loves exploring nature, learning and mothering!


Amanda Chapman - United Sustainable Sisters Assistant

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Amanda Chapman

United Sustainable Sisters Assistant

Amanda writes a blog about her zero waste journey and her tiny house build. She established the Auckland Community Fridge, NZ’s first free food sharing fridge. Amanda also works for We Compost and has a PGDipSci in Environmental Science and Geography. Amanda is currently working on setting up the Auckland Library of Tools.


Tāmaki WRAP Board Members

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Danielle Kennedy

Position: Secretary

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Karen Clifford

Position :Relationships

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Anne Purcell

Position: Chair

Janina Kay - Treasurer

Bio’s coming soon!