Toni Boynton
Toni Boynton
New Zealand
Social Equity
Program coordinator, Te Tohu o Te Ora O Ngati Awa
Bio

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Mission
Leading change by reclaiming spaces of Māori wāhine (women) leadership and participation in decision-making that benefits people, environment, culture, economy, social factors and the long-term sustainability of our communities.
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Interests
Community Development and Organization
Education and Training
Public Policy and Governance
program
Toni Boynton
is an Atlantic Fellow for

Social Equity

program.
The Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity is an Indigenous-led lifelong, collaborative fellowship program and platform for systemic change. It harnesses timeless Indigenous knowledge, ingenuity, and creativity to bring a unique approach to transformative change. The program provides a place to strengthen and develop Indigenous social change capability through collaboration and fellowship. It connects individual leaders to create a powerful network of Fellows immersed in Indigenous knowledge (grounded in Indigenous ways of knowing, doing and being) and theoretical and skills development for social change leadership.
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YEAR JOINED
ATLANTIC FELLOWS
2023
fellows in
New Zealand
222
fellows in
Social Equity
222
Location
New Zealand
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Social Equity
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Atlantic Institute

United in their pursuit of equity, Atlantic Fellows come from all walks of life and a variety of professions.

They are a global community of leaders—advocates, artists, journalists, lawyers, business professionals, health practitioners, government officials, academics and researchers—who collaborate to advance equity, opportunity and human dignity.

Fellows are thinkers and doers with innovative ideas and the courage, conviction and capacity to bring lasting improvements to their communities and the world.