Pia Waugh and Julie Treanor talk about openness, changing the government and people

Two cracking interviews with women that truly get stuff done but both don't ever want to do it alone and work with people.

First up is Pia Andrews (recently married, you probably know her as Pia Waugh) is a deep thinker, a deliciously cohesive speaker and one of the most active and effective people we have ever met when it comes to making changes in how governments work.

And then we have Julie Treanor who has worked in "HR / leadership" (people focussed areas) at all levels of the corporate ladder but recently decided to stride out on her own and found herself in Wellington's startups world.

Here's what's also in store for you in this week's email:

  • A Packed Year, How Did We Do In The Stats?
  • Check Out The "Collections"
  • 2018 We're Going To Do Series, BUT On What?
  • Links: NZ Startup Ecosystem Map, Build Don't Burn and Women in Data Science NZ