Youth Worker & Writer
A theology graduate of Laidlaw College, AJ is a Youth Development Worker and housing advocate, working in the Youth Housing and Homelessness space. He leads a service supporting rangatahi experiencing homelessness and is an advocate working collectively to end youth homelessness in New Zealand. He is also the curator and creator of the blog and podcast When Lambs Are Silent, where he explores the intersection between faith and justice.
AJ lives in Auckland with his wife and son.