She has held governance roles in the finance, food, sport, education, and not-for-profit sectors. This includes her current roles as a director of Creative New Zealand, director of Hockey New Zealand, and as a trustee of the Play It Strange Charitable Trust. Previous appointments include deputy chair of High Performance Sport New Zealand, director of Sport New Zealand, independent director of Prolife Foods and Martin Jenkins and as chair of Just Life Group, Diocesan School for Girls, and the First Foundation.
Her executive roles include CEO of Hockey New Zealand, CEO of Netball New Zealand, and as a senior executive in strategy, marketing and operations at the Bank of New Zealand.
Tony Morris -
I was first introduced to hockey as a child and picked it up again when I returned from overseas in 2001. I am currently Chief Financial Officer for Northern Rescue Helicopters (encompassing the greater Auckland and Northland regions). I am also currently a Trustee of Sport Northland and in the past, was on the Board of Hockey NZ and financial adviser to Northland Hockey Association. I was also a Partner in a Whangarei chartered accountancy firm for 18 years. I have been a Trustee on Hockey Foundation since 2018.
Hamish Clentworth (Chairperson) -
Currently Head of Commercial Advice at Plunket, looking after property, procurement and other commercial relationships. The primary focus of this role is to enable the organisation to achieve better outcomes from our property portfolio and our supply partners. I spent most of the last 13 years with Heineken New Zealand in various roles including Regional Manager, Head of Retail and finally National Hospitality Development Manager where I was involved in developing some of New Zealand’s best bars. Outside of work, I am heavily involved with family and sport, acting as a board member of the New Zealand Hockey Foundation, The NHS Trust as well as coaching a P1 hockey team, school touch rugby teams and forming my own rugby club. Other governance roles include being a board member of Wings over Wairarapa and Wellington Hockey.