Kelli-Anne Te Huki

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Kelli-Anne Te Huki studied Psychology and Criminology at the University of Otago. During this time, she found herself volunteering, interning and now working at OUSA (Otago University Students Association) as the Queer Support Coordinator responsible for providing support for all queer and questioning students at the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic.

She is passionate about issues relating to the LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer/questioning, asexual and many other terms such as non-binary and pansexual) community, mental health and distress, youth issues, and intersectionality. Involved in advisory council for the Southern District Health Board, Rākau Roroa as a regional leader, and a certified facilitator.

Kelli-Anne is a young emerging leader getting involved in any way she can, clearly driven and committed to making a positive impact everywhere she goes.