What Haydz enjoys most about his role is being able to go out and make a difference and have an impact not only in our community but Te Ao.
When Haydz was asked if he had an important message for our whānau and community? He quoted, “Take care of our children. Take care of what they hear. Take care of what they see. For how the children grow, so will the shape of Aotearoa.” DAME WHINA COOPER.
Haydz was asked what does he like to do outside of mahi? His reply, A wise man once told me. “It's better to be a man of all trades then a man of one” So you could say I live my life accordingly. Living life, loving life and trying to spread as much love, hope and support where is needed.
The greatest achievements in Haydz life so far are whānau and being a proud indigenous Māori of Aotearoa.
Life is my biggest qualification still to be graded.