Paula Beguely

In my role as Community Liaison Coordinator you will find me visiting new parents, organising and attending social events and our education course, organising funding and fundraising, and I am usually the voice at the end of the phone when you call ADSA. My mini ADSA office, and large ADSA library are located at my home in Birkenhead, where I live with my husband Tom, and our two daughters Harriet, and Charlotte. Our T21 journey started when Charlotte was born in July 2016, and our lives suddenly started on a new path. I am passionate about celebrating our wonderful members, and increasing social connections among our families.

Please see our Contact Page for details about my hours.

Deanne Douglas

Deanne Douglas

I have worked for the ADSA since April 2016. As Communications Coordinator, I write and design all the digital content for the ADSA, including the website, social media platforms and email campaigns. I also design and create internal and external documents and print materials. I live in Glendowie with husband Nick, and our children Macey and Edward. In my spare time, I enjoy playing the ukulele, surfing and bike riding.

Rosie Maskell

Administrative Support
I live in central Auckland with my partner Steve and our two boys, Jack and Tom. For the past eight years I’ve been contracting in EA, operations and digital marketing roles. I love the variety and flexibility contracting allows and I am looking forward to bringing my skills to ADSA. I have a keen interest in health and wellness and love running, going to the gym, and kicking off my day with a flat white.

Rosie Maskell

Emma Ferens

Office Assistant
I am Emma Ferens I live in a flat in Mt Albert and I am very independent. I work two days a week in a Ponsonby restaurant and volunteer at an SPCA op shop one day a week. I love doing office work and being on computers, sorting paperwork, taking messages and talking to people on the phone. I am very smart at doing other things, I do need clear instructions and if I need help, I ask Paula, Deanne or Di. I also started my own business, colouring and selling cards and gift tags, it’s called Emmaline (www.emmaline.co.nz).