Deputy chief executive, system strategy and investment
- Previously deputy chief executive, strategy, governance and people at the Ministry of Defence, leading improvement of long-range strategy and policy advice, as well as a $20 billion capital programme.
- In former roles, led agency and sector policy and strategy initiatives, and was an IPANZ supreme award winner for business transformation.
- Has held senior roles in health, internal affairs, justice, social and children’s sectors.
- A public service Leadership Fellow in 2009 and has co-led the design and delivery of award-winning leadership programmes.
CareerMinistry of Social Development / Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora
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