- Appointed July 2018.
- Served on board since September 2016.
- Previously chief operating officer at the NZ Treasury, starting in 1985.
- Earlier spent eight years as principal economic advisor to two ministers of finance and a deputy minister of finance.
- Holds a master’s degree in political science from Victoria University of Wellington. Spent eight years on the board of NZ Football.
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