The TikToker helping rangatahi grow their cash

“There seems to be this movement among Māori wanting to learn about personal finance, investing and entrepreneurship.”

A just 19 years old, Te Kahukura Boynton is in her third year of law school and building on her dream to become a millionaire.

Te Kahukura (Te Whakatōhea, Ngāti Kahungunu, Tūhoe) shares her journey on social media to help inspire other rangatahi Māori to build their mātauranga (knowledge) around growing and saving money.

The Māori Money Movement series is created in partnership with Sorted. 

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The Māori Money Movement

Across social media there’s a new kaupapa inspiring rangatahi to take control of their financial future. This series jumps into the kōrero with rangatahi Māori about the financial pressure they’re facing and how they are taking autonomy over their money.

The Māori Money Movement series is created in partnership with Sorted.