Engineer Michelle Henderson joins Fulton Hogan board

Staff reporters
Fri, 04 Jun 2021

Invercargill engineer Michelle Henderson joined the board of privately-held civil construction firm Fulton Hogan this week. She replaced Wellington accountant Rachel Farrant, who’d spent 10 years on the board including three years chairing the audit and financial risk committee. Henderson’s appointment as an independent director will be voted on by shareholders at Fulton Hogan’s annual meeting in October. She spent most of her career with Rio Tinto and New Zealand Aluminium Smelters on both sides of the Tasman and mo...

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