Our people

Learn more about the people at EASIE Living.

We’re happy to help you find the disability information, services or equipment you’re looking for.

Rose Boddy

Bev Minchin

Centre Coordinator

I’ve worked in the disability sector since 2009. I have experience in both a non-government agency as well as working at Enable New Zealand.

I really enjoy my role. It allows me to go out into the community and share the services we offer. I’m able to find and share disability information with those who request it.

I feel privileged to be on the MidCentral regional leadership group for the transformation of the disability support system.

Bev Minchin

Bev Minchin

Client Services Advisor

I’ve worked in the health and disability sector since 1995. I love working with disabled people and older people.

I enjoy going out into the community to promote the services Enable New Zealand and EASIE Living have to offer.

Enabling life, your way.

Lesley Harrison

Lesley Harrison

Client Services Advisor – Mobile Outreach Service

My passion is being part of the ageing and disabled community.

I feel privileged to be part of EASIE Living. I especially enjoy visiting community groups in the EASIE Living mobile van.

Before coming to EASIE Living, I spent 12 years working with special needs children in schools and doing administration in a rest home. I also worked in retail for many years.

Gabriela Cretu

Gabriela Cretu

Client Services Advisor / Administrator

I started working at EASIE Living in 2015.

I am happy to use my 25+ years’ expertise in computer systems to support the disability sector.

Kelly Cribb

Kelly Cribb

Retail Assistant

I joined the EASIE Living Centre in 2017. Before that I worked as a pharmacy assistant for 20 years.

I’m passionate about helping our EASIE Living customers and how we can meet your needs.

Raewyn Cameron

Raewyn Cameron

Community Disability Support Manager

I joined Enable New Zealand in 2005. I manage the EASIE Living & Demonstration Centre and Enable New Zealand’s needs assessment and service coordination (NASC) service.

I’ve been working with disabled people and their families since 1989. For 20 years I supported Special Olympics, coaching the Manawatu Special Olympic soccer team. It was a load of fun and I made friends for life.

I chair a group working on Palmerston North's status as an age-friendly city. I’m also setting up a disability coalition for the Manawatu, to promote the participation of disabled people in all aspects of life.