Pari Tyla Harrison-Hunt.
Ngai Tahu, Ngāti Porou, Te Atiawa.
Studied in Otago.
Bachelor of Business Management.
A basketball skills training company that coaches tamariki children and elite athletes.
Provides advice and consults in cultural needs, ethic communities, business development and kick-starters including non-profits
Tyla grew up in Christchurch in an amazing whānau family of 5 siblings. His whānau descend from Rangitukia, Waitara and Taumutu.
He has a beautiful daughter in Anayah Noor and husband to Saba, a dental hygienist Ngati Pakistani.
He is currently working on his businesses and is the head of basketball at Lincoln University where he trains and coaches scholarship athletes.
His aspirations are moving from sports and business and pushing to try to make sustainable and meaningful change in politics.
As the world changes, so do we as a people.
He believes it’s important to show aroha love, manaaki cherish, and kaitakitanga protect, in all facets of life, business and friendships.
Tyla’s faith in Islam started 9 years ago at the Al Noor mosque and through then guidance of Allah has blessed him with a new sense of meaning, where whānau are at the forefront of everything.
Tyla has been involved in many initiatives in regards to the terror attack from 2019 and has had the pleasure to talk around the world on ‘how to show compassion in the face of adversity.
His hobbies include:
- Teaching his daughter new tricks.
- learning new skills.
- working on the land.
Basketball Coach | Crossover Coach | New Zealand
His speech at, the Christchurch Invitation.
"Look at my dents" by Tyla Harrison Hunt.
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