The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in service to othersMahatma Ghandi
Ko te huarahi pai ki te kimi i a koe anō ko te ngaro o tō mahi ki ētahi atu
I am committed to ensuring that all male survivors of sexual abuse should have access to support services. As a member of the national organisation I am working to make sure that these services are accessible within all of our communities and regions. While supporting male victims of sexual abuse is our priority service in the Waikato, we also work with male victims of physical, mental, emotional and domestic abuse.
Mark Lindsey Earley
Mark Earley is a neuro-divergent psychotherapist, vlogger, activist and performer from the UK. He was a founder member of the governing council of the British Association for Gender Identity Specialists.
I have worked for a number of organisations throughout my career working with our people for our people. I have spent a number of years working for the Ruapehu District Council in the Māori sector and in Emergency Management. I was previously an Ambassador to UNICEF NZ pushing for Government to have a strong focus on our tamariki.
I am proud to be working with my colleagues in Male Survivors Aotearoa to build a capable national organisation, enabling its member organisations to provide an appropriate nationwide support service for the male survivors of sexual abuse.
Jaqueline Trotman is a SWRB Registered Social Worker with over 12 years of experience, and has been involved in community development for most of that time. She has worked with Sexual and Family harm for the majority of her career.
I am privileged to have accompanied people through their highs and lows, my passion is to help male survivors live wholesome lives, enjoy their community, and to realise their potential to shape and influence the world in which they live.