Chairperson: Nick ScottOctober 2012 to current [Trustee since March 2012]
Currently works as a Commercial Relationship Manager with BNZ. Previously Nick worked for an international bank in NZ before a posting to their head office in London to work in their Corporate and Investment Banking division. Nick moved back to Auckland with his wife and has one son. Nick is passionate about Auckland’s community and sees opportunities for volunteering to connect people to communities and build opportunities at the same time.
Vice Chair: Gabby Clezy
October 2012 to current [Trustee since June 2011]Gabby has worked in the health and tertiary education sectors for over 28 years. Initially qualifying as a Pharmacist in NZ she has worked at a senior level in both public and private organisations in New Zealand and the UK. Her recent experience includes Principle Pharmacist for South East Coast Strategic Health Authority and as a senior clinical lecturer at Kent University. Upon returning to New Zealand in 2008 Gabby worked as the Business Improvement Manager for BUPA Care Services and is currently the Service and Development Manager for Odyssey House Trust, a leading Alcohol and Drug Treatment NGO
Treasurer: Matt Parkinson
September 2010 to current [[Trustee since September 2010]
As a Partner at chartered accountancy firm Grant Thornton New Zealand, Matt specialises in advising privately held businesses, not for profits and high net-worth individuals. Matt has over 14 years of experience in this field and enjoys the everyday challenges that his clients bring him and the achievements they attain.
As a member of the NZ Institute of Chartered Accountants and of Te Rarawa and Whakatohea iwi, Matt is also heavily involved with the Maori Accountants group which looks to advance the social and economic welfare of Maori through participation in the accounting profession
Specialist employment lawyer working with Buddle Findlay. Kate has an interest in and commitment to the not for profit sector.
Frazer is the Web Content Coordinator at the University of Auckland since moving to New Zealand in November 2009. Prior to that he was Web Manager at the Institute of Fundraising in London, UK. The Institute is the professional membership body for UK fundraising, whose mission is to support fundraisers, through leadership, representation, standards-setting and education.
Mere King [November 2011 to current]