Meet Indigenous Liaison & Projects Officer TAMM Kingi

By Emily McAuliffe

TAMM shares what she loves about Trinity and what she thinks would make the world a better place.

Tamm KingiWhat do you enjoy most about working at Trinity College?

The people are great.
Introducing new concepts and ideas.
Being part of a legacy and new direction that the College is moving into. 

How would you describe the residential community at Trinity?

Unique, talented, diverse and academic.

When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A lawyer.

What was your favourite subject at school and why?

English because I was good at it. I also enjoyed maths for the same reason. PE because I loved to play sports … and lunch lol

Has there been a pivotal moment in your life?

Winning the Prime Minister’s youth award really had me networking with amazing people, and the scholarship I had was to travel into a community who lived happily and humbly. I ended up in Kiribati.

What’s your favourite book?

One of my favourite books is Living intentionally by John C Maxwell.

What would make the world a better place?


Which activities make you lose track of time?

Binge watching anything lol, otherwise I love to sing and dance.

What is your life philosophy?

How many people can say that their life was better off because you were in it?


13 Aug 2021