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Porirua50 Committee

Danielle Lewis - As a resident of Titahi Bay Danielle is thrilled to be involved in the organisation of a series of terrific events designed to showcase Porirua and all that the region has to offer. Danielle is an Executive Assistant to the Deputy Director-General at the Ministry for Primary Industries. She brings to #porirua50 an extensive background in event management, an over-developed eye for detail and a desire to make everything fabulous.


Mel Troy - Mel currently resides in Plimmerton with her husband Ben and 4 children and is a Real Estate Agent for Tommy’s Real Estate in Mana. Being born in Porirua (and apart from her travels abroad)Mel has lived in the area her entire life. Mel is passionate about Porirua City, she believes it is a city that offers opportunity and an amazing lifestyle. When asked to join the #porirua50 committee, Mel jumped at the chance as she believes her knowledge of the area and network will enable her to assist. Mel is looking forward to watching the planning and organisation of events unfold and really looks forward to making this a celebration to remember.

Sandy Brewer - A resident of Aotea, and President of Porirua Little Theatre.Sandy is very pleased to be part of the #porirua50 committee as she is passionate about celebrating all that Porirua has to offer. She believes that Porirua as a city has grown exponentially over the past few years and is proving itself to be an energetic, forward thinking, community spirited city with a lot to offer and share with greater Wellington, and indeed NZ. Sandy brings to #porirua50 her experience in community theatre, project management, event planning, working with large and diverse groups, as well as her skills as an Operations Manager with a multi-national logistics and international forwarding company. She is enjoying working with a great group of people who are all dedicated to bringing something special to Porirua in 2015 to make the 50th Anniversary celebrations truly memorable.

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