Daisy Lavea-Timo

"“I am passionate about speaking, facilitating, stakeholder engagement, cultural competency, women’s empowerment and youth development”"

Communicating, facilitating and mana-enhancing

Daisy Lavea-Timo has a wide range of teaching, coaching and facilitation experience across multiple worlds: education, youth work, government agencies, businesses, not-for-profits, community development and the arts.  She is passionate about connecting conversations across sectors in her mahi, especially anything that involves the worlds of rangatahi- young people.

Daisy is a New Zealand born, fluent in Sāmoan and a ‘Malu” (traditional tattoo) wielding poet, whose work is deeply rooted in her ancestry and her role as a Tulafale (orator chief). Her poetry is the dynamic and indigenous response of her Sāmoan-ness and her work strives to communicate ideas about the complex societal issues connected with culture and leadership.

Daisy Lavea-Timo

"“I am passionate about speaking, facilitating, stakeholder engagement, cultural competency, women’s empowerment and youth development”"

Communicating, facilitating and mana-enhancing

Daisy Lavea-Timo has a wide range of teaching, coaching and facilitation experience across multiple worlds: education, youth work, government agencies, businesses, not-for-profits, community development and the arts.  She is passionate about connecting conversations across sectors in her mahi, especially anything that involves the worlds of rangatahi- young people.

Daisy is a New Zealand born, fluent in Sāmoan and a ‘Malu” (traditional tattoo) wielding poet, whose work is deeply rooted in her ancestry and her role as a Tulafale (orator chief). Her poetry is the dynamic and indigenous response of her Sāmoan-ness and her work strives to communicate ideas about the complex societal issues connected with culture and leadership.