Rubbana has a Masters in Public Administration from Pakistan and is completing her Management certification in New Zealand.
She is a people person and has great understanding of customer service. She finds community service very rewarding and fulfilling and finds great joy in encouraging diverse perspectives.
Her work at Citizen Advise Bureau has given her great knowledge and experience in community matters. You will always find her smiling and ready to help!
Brenda is most often to be seen at the front desk at the centre during the week. Always ready for a laugh and a chat, she's here to help.
She lives locally and has been teaching te reo Māori in Karori and beyond for several years. Brenda has a background in social justice and community work and enjoys being part of a community focussed organisation that is a focal point for locals.
Riley grew up in Karori and has a passion for helping young people through their high school years.
KYC provides a space of belonging and community for rangatahi. We have fun and play games as well as providing a space for youth to talk through their bigger issues in life. It's all about partnering alongside our young people to make them feel heard and feel like a part of something.
We would love to see any young people years 7-13 come through the doors at KYC, come down Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school!