Award winner

Deborah Swann with her Māori Businesswoman Award

Cambridge-based appearance medicine nurse Deborah Swann of Full Circle Appearance Medicine has taken out the Tainui category in the annual Māori Businesswoman Awards.

The awards support the vision and mission of Māori Women’s Development to encourage the economic development of wāhine and their whānau.

Swann is a registered nurse who has worked for several years in the appearance medicine field and combines this with work for the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.

She received the award at a function last month where Tamahere’s Helen Paul-Smith of Ōku New Zealand Native Herbal Products won the marketing and sales section.

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