Marilyn Kohlhase

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Marilyn Kohlhase

Marilyn Kohlhase was a member of the Socialist Unity Party in the Auckland. Worked at De Young Gallery in San Francisco.

Marilyn Kohlhase is a Samoan management consultant and staff trainer for clients such as the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance Tonga, TVNZ, Air New Zealand and the Universities of Auckland and Wellington. She has done significant work on the career development of Pacific Island peoples and is a member of a number of community organisations' panels as their Pacific Islands representative.[1]


  • Studied at University of Waikato
  • Went to Tamaki College


In 2002, Martha Coleman, by now with the Human Rights Group of the Crown Law Office became an “expert advisor” to the National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women.

NACEW had huge input into the Paid Parental Leave laws which were passed into law in 2002 by the Labour government and was riddled with ex and current socialists.

Apart from Coleman these included, Ministerial Appointee to the council Marilyn Kohlhase and Sheryl Cadman, a close associate of the “mainstream communist” Socialist Party of Aotearoa who is a trade union representative.

Auckland comrades

NZ Trade Union Moments and Memories July 19 2014 posted.


Jan Farr, Ray Stewart, Karl Andersen, Johnny Mitchell, Peter Purdue, Bert Roth, Mike Sweeney, Marilyn Kohlhase, Victoria Keesing, Lindsey Rea, Arthur Sims, Bill Doody, Ray Bianchi, Mark Montgomery, Billy Baines, John Taylor, Basil Prestidge, Kirsty Campbell, Alex Barr, Jo and Bracks, etc. Photo Alec Morgan.