The Trustees and staff of Māia Health Foundation acknowledge the significant contribution of Anna Galvan, GM Fundraising and Marketing, who has resigned from Māia to take on an exciting new role as General Manager at Te Hono.
Anna started at Māia Health Foundation in January 2017. Her experience helped take Māia to the next level as a foundling charity – building brand awareness in the community, and strengthening relationships with donors, business partners and supporters. Anna has achieved great results by mobilising the network of people around her – all with a beaming smile on her face. The impact of her mahi to enhance health services in Canterbury will benefit our community now and for future generations.
Her proudest moments at Māia were in seeing the impact of her work for staff, patients and whānau – parent beds in the new children’s wards, a portable ultrasound at Kaikōura and lie-flat beds for Maternity. And of course the enhanced rooftop helipad at Waipapa Christchurch Hospital. Anna will also take great pride in the work that she has done to progress the $6 million Child, Adolescent and Family mental health outpatient project.
Anna’s new role at Te Hono is about strengthening relationships by linking primary industry to the land and connecting to the world – helping to drive New Zealand to success globally, and make Aotearoa a place where our people want to live, work and thrive. We know that it is a challenge she will embrace.
The Trustees and staff of Māia Health Foundation wish Anna every success in her new position and thank her for a significant contribution to Māia, and the communities it serves for the past five years.Back to