Anouk Alexander
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Anouk Alexander

Ministry of Justice / Tāhū o te Ture

Deputy secretary, strategy, governance and finance

  • Appointed September 2019.
  • Previously general manager strategy at NZ Trade and Enterprise and deputy chief executive, organisational governance at the Ministry of Social Development.
  • Spent more than eight years as a management consultant responsible for strategy with PwC, with local and overseas clients.


Price Waterhouse Coopers
Associate Director
Sep 2007 - Feb 2010
Department of Internal Affairs / Te Tari Taiwhenua
Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Strategy and Governance Branch, Manager Organisational Performance: Strategy and Planning
Feb 2010 - Sep 2013
Ministry of Social Development / Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora
Deputy Chief Executive, Organisational Governance, General Manager Strategy and Governance
Oct 2013 - Mar 2017
NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono
General Manager Strategy
Mar 2017 - Aug 2019
Ministry of Justice / Tāhū o te Ture
Deputy Secretary/Deputy Chief Executive - Strategy, Governance and Finance
Sep 2019 - Present

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