Anika Forsman
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Anika Forsman

Retirement Commission / Te Ara Ahunga Ora

Director, stakeholder relations

  • Spent six years working for Auckland Unlimited, most recently leading the communications and marketing requirements for the Auckland Council group and Crown partners for the 36th America’s Cup.
  • Previous roles included working in communications roles at Fonterra and Destination Queenstown, and as a journalist in Queenstown and Auckland.

Career

Little White Cloud Communications Ltd
Director
Jul 2010 - Aug 2011
Baldwin Boyle Group
Senior Consultant (seconded in house at Fonterra as a Communications Manager)
Aug 2011 - Jun 2015
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED)
Communications Manager - Destination, Senior Communications Advisor
Jun 2015 - Aug 2019
Auckland Unlimited
Marketing & Communications Manager - Americas Cup
Aug 2019 - Aug 2021
Retirement Commission / Te Ara Ahunga Ora
Director Stakeholder Relations
Aug 2021 - Present

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