Daphany DuBois – President
Rogena Sterling Ph.D – Vice President
Dr Rogena Sterling has taught English and managed an English language school and since then has completed a LLB, LLM and a PhD (Identity and its protection as the aim and purpose of international human rights law: The case of (inter)sex identity and its protection). Dr Sterling has taught in the areas of jurisprudence, administrative law, urban planning law and governance. Areas of written work include clinical legal education, equality and leadership, human rights to adequate housing, Māori (Indigenous people) governance of the living earth and Māori wards in Local government, and, currently writing a book on Identity and Horizons of Becoming. Dr Sterling has presented papers at numerous conferences, and has featured on panels with the Human Rights Commission.