Our People – Emily Muli
November 10, 2020 No Comments Newsletter Issue 1 - Nov 2020 | NEWSLETTERS | Our People Colin

(this is an article from our Newsletter dated November 2020 – click here for the full newsletter)

Hi, my name is Emily. I grew up in Māngere Bridge and attended Waterlea Primary.

I’m a musician and Social Media Manager for a Pacific health organisation. I graduated from university in 2018 with a Bachelor of Com-merce and Bachelor of Music. I’m so proud of graduating, because it was a village effort. My family sacrificed a lot for my siblings and me to have the opportunities we’ve been afforded. 

I’ve been lucky to have some amazing experiences, like serving as a World Vision Youth Ambassador in Malawi, and working alongside communities affected by climate change in the Solomon Islands.

I wish people could see more of the amazing things that happen in South Auckland.

We often get negative stories through mainstream media – instead of the incredible success stories, the positive impact and strong leaders, both young and old, who contribute to Aotearoa in a beautiful and inspiring way.

When I’ve got a few hours to spare, I head to the studio to make music! 

Keep up with Emily at facebook.com/emilymulimusic

About The Author
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Colin I'm Colin the horse. I live with my pal Conner at Ambury Farm Park. We have a great time with all the folks that visit the park along with our best friend Ranger Janine who makes sure we are both healthy and happy. Come say hello some time. I bet you didn't know horses could write web articles!!