Selwyn Screen – Executive Director
Selwyn Screen has a wealth of knowledge, especially working within the not-for-profit sector, both at a senior management and governance level. His experience includes, senior management roles, more recently 16 years service as CEO for a not-for-profit finance co operative, and governance roles including 5 years as chairman for a very successful Maori based credit union.
Selwyn now works as a strategic governance consultant, calling on his broad range of experiences and technical skills, to assist Chairs, board, and Senior Management teams to achieve their desired outcomes for the organisations that they lead and serve. He has worked with iwi, not-for-profits, sports organisations and commercial entities. His credentials include successful restructures of numerous organisations, including the use of merges and acquisitions.
Selwyn has a business degree from MIT a C.A qualification and a MBA from Otago University. He is married with four children and has a good understanding of tikanga Maori, being of Maori descent himself.
Selwyn enjoys a balanced lifestyle of work, family and physical activity including golf and running. He was brought up on farms working with animals and machinery which adds to his broad knowledge and he is comfortable in any setting, white collar functions, on the marae or just chatting with the locals at the pub.
Shona Te Huki – Programmes Manager
Shona has worked with the Trust since 2013 delivering the Computers in Homes programme in the Manawatu/Horowhenua region then progressing into a management role for the Central North Island in 2017 as well as becoming the National Refugee Connect Manager that same year.
Shona has a background of working in the Social Services sector and has a passion for working alongside families who are wanting to develop digital literacy confidence and competency to become more engaged with the digital world.
Shona works with communities, partners, stakeholders, families and individuals to promote, create and deliver digital programmes that contribute to well-being.
Romana Fetu – Programmes Manager
Romana Autagavaia-Fetu is a proud New Zealand born Samoan from South Auckland. A daughter, sister, wife and a mother to 3 young children. She has worked in Education for over 10 years, and is passionate about serving and making a difference in the lives of our communities. Growing up in the church she has a heart to serve and working alongside the youth, our Pacific Island Leaders of Tomorrow.
Over the years Romana has been an active member of her church and youth group, and continues to serve where she can. She believes everyone can succeed they just need to try and keep trying. When given the opportunity and the right support anything is possible. Romana is a believer of the Samoan proverb “ O le ala I le Pule o le Tautua” which is “The Pathway to leadership is thru service” and by serving others, we can create a meaningful path to success
Seraphim Bernus – Programmes Support and Compliance Officer
Born in France, Seraphim has been living in Aotearoa since 2008 and is a proud New Zealand citizen.
Seraphim joined the 20/20 Trust team in 2019 as Office Manager. She brings a wealth of knowledge to the team with her vast experience in both the international corporate and public sectors. Her current role involves providing administrative support to all 20/20 Trust programmes and programme team members, as well as being the first point of contact for all 20/20 Trust communications.
Seraphim is passionate about diversity and the wisdom of all cultures; she is currently studying Te Reo Māori. Seraphim is an avid musician and continues to support her local community by being a Support Worker for the elderly and for people with intellectual disabilities.
Denise Proctor – Programme Coordinator
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Denise is the current chair of the Board of Trustees at Pukekohe North School and a member of the Board of Trustees at Pukekohe High School. She is a committee member at Nga Hau e wha marae ki Pukekohe and is involved in the local rugby league, softball and waka ama sports clubs.
Denise has raised six mokopuna for the last 16 years and became involved in the 20/20 Trust Computers in Homes Programme in 2009 because she could see the benefits of having access to technology in the home for her mokopuna and whānau. In 2014, Denise became a trainer for Computers and homes in the Franklin area and has continued to work with 20/20 Trust as a Coordinator for the Family Connect digital literacy programme.
Sene Lima – Programme Coordinator
Sene Lima was born in Samoa and migrated to New Zealand with her parents and 4 siblings. She grew up in New Zealand and gained a Diploma in Business Management at AUT. Sene has had extensive overseas work experience with community groups including; working in Australia for KinCare, an organisation caring for the elderly, and later on, moved to Los Angeles to work with at-risk youth for 2 years. Upon returning to Australia she studied Pastoral Care and Ministry and Community Service which led her to join a mission group volunteering in Samoa after the Tsunami in 2009. Sene worked in Samoa, volunteering with a children’s shelter for 5 years before moving back to New Zealand to look after her elderly parents.
Sene has since worked in the Education Sector for 5 years and joined 20/20 Trust as a facilitator in 2019, she has a heart for the community, and a passion to equip and enable people to succeed.
Janine Lonergan – Programme Coordinator
Janine comes from a background of School Administration where she saw first hand the growing effect the Digital Divide was having on both old and young. She is very family orientated, being a mother of 3 and a grandmother of 4.
Janine works with communities, partners, stakeholders, families and individuals to promote, create and deliver Digital Inclusion programmes contributing positively to well-being outcomes for all people living in New Zealand.
Eseta Autagavaia – Programme Support/Programme Coordinator
Eseta provides evaluation support across all 20/20 Trusts programmes. This involves gathering essential data to assist with the evaluation of programmes, including; engaging with learners to collate survey data, capturing learner stories, video and photos.
Eseta has a well developed skill set, spanning the education and health sectors. Her most recent position was at Iosis in Manurewa where she was involved in; supporting and referring young people, families and adults to programmes that best suited their personal situation. These included; counselling, parenting, and drug and alcohol programmes.
Eseta is a mother of 3 who has a strong passion for her family, Samoan culture, travel and food.
Graeme Gibb – Technical Coordinator
Graeme is an experienced technician who has worked for 4 years providing technical support for 20/20 Trust families across Auckland.
Graeme coordinates technical support for staff and learners throughout the country using our 0800 tech support helpline and our technical support job management software. He also provides support for learners with internet options, explaining how to access services and assists with modem installation and solving issues that learners may have relating to digital technology device support and internet connectivity. Graeme creates our online registration systems and looks after our learner database systems.
Anna Phipps – Accounts Executive
Anna joined the team in May 2017 and provides Business Support Services to ensure the smooth operation of the Trust. Anna assists with all budgeting, financial reporting and processes all accounts related materials. Anna has done extensive work on our procedural documentation and policy work.