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Governor Michelle Cordioli
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Information about the 2020/2021 Governor for the New Zealand - South Pacific District of Kiwanis International and the Governor's goals for the year.
  Kiwanis History
• Joined the Kiwanis Club of Aimeho Mooréa in 1998 thanks to Kiki Ringland.
• Joined the Kiwanis Club of Vahine-Papeete in 2011.
• Kiwanis Vahine's President from 2013 to 2015.
• Division 7's Lieutenant Governor from 2015 to 2017.
• Division 7 Certified Trainer since 2015.
• Division 7 Growth Chairman since 2018.
• Charter President of the Kiwanis Club of Te Aho Tini o Te Tama since 2018.
  Professional Background and Business Interest
• Teacher at the age of 20 in primary school for five years.
• Teacher in high school for ten years.
• Qualified in France in top 100 to be a high school principal.
• Principal in High Schools for five years.
• Financial and HR Manager in our family businesses (trucks, ferry boats and outrigger canoe building).
  Skills Learned in Professional Life
• Organizational capabilities.
• Patience.
• Listening ability.
• Selflessness.
• Team work to achieve a goal.
• To bring together and motivate teams.
• Creativity.
SignatureAll our dreams can become reality if we have the courage to follow them.  Together, let's build the Kiwanis of tomorrow.
Michelle's goals for the 2020/2021 year :
• Build, retain and support a growing Kiwanis membership network.
• Develop competent, capable, caring leaders across the Kiwanis family.
• To perform meaningful service, with service to children as our priority.
• To enhance the Kiwanis image in our communities.
• To ensure financial viability.
Contact Details
 Michelle Cordioli can be reached at :
    Email : or
    Telephone home :  +689()40565600
    Postal :  boîte postale 40268, Fare Tony, 98713 Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia

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Page last updated by (David Fentress) on 8 October, 2020.
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