- Appointed April 2016.
- Previously worked as director of the Office of Treaty Settlements, deputy secretary for Courts, and deputy chief executive at the Crown Law Office.
- Earlier positions included deputy secretary and director of the secretary’s office at the Ministry of Education, and the first government chief talent officer at the State Services Commission.
- Has a BA (Hons) and MA (Dist) in Political Science from the University of Canterbury and has attended the Oxford Strategic Leadership Programme.
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