Advancing Healthcare for the people of North Shore, Rodney and Waitakere

Our Team

The Well Foundation team is here to harness love and goodwill from the community so we can support the Waitemata DHB in its promise of “best care for everyone.

We’re here to accept, encourage and inspire support in all forms – financial donations, bequests, volunteer time as well as offers of goods and services. There are many ways you can get involved and it all helps, no matter the size. 

As a small but committed team, we bring a broad range of  skills and expertise to manage support in a professional, accountable and respectful manner. We look forward to meeting you, talking to you about our projects – and thanking you for believing in our cause – to advance healthcare for the people of North Shore, Rodney and Waitakere. Contact us

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Tim Edmonds

Tim's background is within both the health and philanthropic sector, bringing a wealth of knowledge of research, health services and partnership approaches to improving health outcomes for communities. Tim joined us from Cure Kids NZ and Cure Kids Fiji, where he headed up a $10m child health research programme with ambitious initiatives such as a child cancer precision medicine clinical trial in NZ and an enhanced national rheumatic heart disease control and prevention programme in Fiji. Tim resides in the Waitematā region and his third child was born at North Shore hospital.
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Juliet Tweed

Fundraising Administrator
Juliet has a background in Administration and Sales / Account & Relationship Management. She has spent time in the hygiene industry, global standards and in wholesale / distribution. Even a couple years in shipping & logistics in London, UK. Born in Waitakere Hospital and grew up at Te Henga (Bethells Beach) passionate about music, cooking and gardening as well as restoring / upcycling furniture as projects on the weekends.
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Lucy Anastasiadou-Hobbs

Lucy comes from Greece where she completed her Bachelor in Political Science & International Studies. From there, Lucy completed her Masters in Diplomacy in Birmingham, UK.
Lucy worked at the ATHENS 2004 Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2001 looking after the National Paralympic Committees as the Deputy Manager in the International Relations Department.
Arriving in NZ after the games, Lucy has enjoyed roles with Auckland City Council, Netball Waikato, Swimming Waikato & Hamilton City Council and most recently as Director of Philanthropy for the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
A passion for the Paralympic movement, music, Greek food & travelling, Lucy brings a vibrant energy to the team at Well Foundation and we are so excited to have her. Welcome aboard, Lucy!


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