William Waiirua was born William E Cribb, in Kawakawa, located in the far North of New Zealand. At the age of ten with his family, William moved from Kaikohe to Feilding in the lower North Island of New Zealand.

As a youth worker at Child, Youth and Family Department now called Oranga Tamariki, William worked with the most vulnerable children in New Zealand. William's passion is to boost moraale, through laughter, love and care.

William will always give his breast spreading his Waiirua (The Maori word for spirit and soul). This is a journey of love, fun, laughter, identity and empowering people to be comfortable in their own skin.

"Turangawaewae - Stand Tall, don't care what anyone else thinks.. Over 7 billion people in the world and only one of you" - Uncle Rick

 

William Waiirua was born William E Cribb, in Kawakawa, located in the far North of New Zealand. At the age of ten with his family, William moved from Kaikohe to Feilding in the lower North Island of New Zealand.

As a youth worker at Child, Youth and Family Department now called Oranga Tamariki, William worked with the most vulnerable children in New Zealand. William's passion is to boost moraale, through laughter, love and care.

William will always give his breast spreading his Waiirua (The Maori word for spirit and soul). This is a journey of love, fun, laughter, identity and empowering people to be comfortable in their own skin.

"Turangawaewae - Stand Tall, don't care what anyone else thinks.. Over 7 billion people in the world and only one of you" - Uncle Rick