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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
40 of our inspiring young alumni who continue to shine in both their professional and personal lives.
About our 40 under 40 programme, and how you can make a nomination.
Aspiring musicians, artists and athletes make up this category which includes Malcolm Lakatani of the Little Souls Music Academy and Creative Souls Project.
Melissa Ansell-Bridges is profiled in this group which highlights alumni changing behaviours and changing the world.
Shruthi Vijayakumar is one of our inspiring humanitarians who play important roles in bettering people’s lives and reducing suffering.
This category showcases alumni who have challenged the status quo and features Arash Tayebi, CEO of Kara Technologies Ltd.
Our CEOs, General Managers and consultants, including Sean Molloy, Founder Director of Avertana.
This group comprises alumni who have harnessed new opportunities and blazed trails. Julia Suh, founder & CEO of Paper Plain, is featured.
Six of this year's 40 under 40 discuss their careers and inspirations with alumnus and journalist Andrew Patterson.
View an A-Z list of everyone profiled in 40 Under 40 to date.
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