COVID-19 really highlighted some of our strengths and weaknesses. Strong political leadership meant New Zealand has been able to preserve human life, and our country has been singled out as a global leader in our response to COVID-19. However, it also highlighted that some areas of our economy need to improve their digital capability.
Thank you The Common Good for sharing impactmania's video story of activist, mentor, and philanthropist Eva Haller!
Teremoana Rapley, part of impactmania's Women of Impact, released her new album.
impactmania's work has been cited in a number of university presses. The latest: Duke University Press.
Paksy Plackis-Cheng, impactmania's founder, named one of 29 innovators 2020!
The U.S. Consulate awarded impactmania's Women of Impact program with the U.S. Embassy Public Diplomacy grant. Paksy Plackis-Cheng and members from the network traveled to New Zealand for a week-long cross-cultural and business events.
In 2019, the Program was awarded the U.S. Embassy Public Diplomacy grant. In November 2019, the following women from the global impactmania network traveled to New Zealand to meet the U.S. Consul General and a number of women change makers in New Zealand.