Cathryn Bridge
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Cathryn Bridge

Transport Accident Investigation Commission

General counsel and general manager business services

  • More than 20 years’ experience in legal, operational, policy and regulatory roles in the public service in social and environmental services, and primary industries.
  • Managed the proposals process at the Environmental Protection Authority and has led legal, regulatory policy, and project teams at the Ministry of Fisheries.
  • Has an Executive Master of Public Administration from the Australia and NZ School of Government and an LLB and BA from Victoria University.


Work and Income
Jan 1994 - Dec 2001
Ministry of Fisheries
Programme Manager Strategic Projects, Chief Legal Adviser
Aug 2002 - Jun 2011
Environmental Protection Authority / Te Mana Rauhī
Manager Resources
Jun 2011 - Dec 2014
Transport Accident Investigation Commission
General Manager Legal and Business Services
Jan 2014 - Present

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