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Our Board members each have a remarkable record of leadership, entrepreneurship, corporate governance and service. The Board’s role is to govern the strategic direction of Global Women as an organisation of importance to the economic and social prosperity of New Zealand.
Global Women Chair
Theresa Gattung is a New Zealand business leader, author, philanthropist and investor. Her best-selling autobiography Bird on a Wire was published in 2010.
Perhaps best...READ MORE >
Managing Director, Merlin Consulting
Annabel is a professional director and is the Managing Director of Merlin Consulting, an adviser to NZX and ASX listed companies on investor relations, governance and...READ MORE >
Jo is a Partner in EY’s Advisory practice. Jo leads EY’s risk practice for NZ and sits on the Oceania Risk leadership team for EY.
Jo has over 21 years’ experience...READ MORE >
Julia is an Independent Director for The Warehouse Group Limited, Jade Software Corporation, Southern Cross Healthcare, Southern Cross Medical Care Society and Southern Cross...READ MORE >
Kaitohu Rautaki Maori Head of Te Ao Maori Strategy, ANZ
Karleen holds a Masters in Management for the University of Auckland and was appointed as the Kaitohu Rautaki Maori Head of Te Ao Maori Strategy ANZ in June 2021. Prior this...READ MORE >
Lara has held a number of leadership roles within PwC, often leading through transformation and change: Risk Assurance Auckland Leader, Markets Leader, Chief Risk Officer. She...READ MORE >
Penelope is a strategic brand, engagement and communications consultant.
Her most recent full-time post was Assistant Vice-Chancellor External Relations and Development...READ MORE >
Susan is an experienced business leader with a particular interest in helping companies to drive growth through technology, innovation, and organisational culture. Susan is...READ MORE >
Sophie Moloney is an accomplished New Zealand media leader.
She joined Sky UK’s commercial legal team in 2003 and subsequently undertook a range of legal and...READ MORE >