Christine Stevenson
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Christine Stevenson

Customs Service / Te Mana Arai o Aotearoa

Chief executive and comptroller

  • Appointed January 1, 2019 for five years.
  • Reassigned as acting chief executive of the Department of Corrections In February 2019
  • Returned to Customs in February 2020.
  • In December 2020, appointed chair of the Chief Executive level of the Border Executive Board.
  • Before joining Customs, deputy chief executive of the Department of Corrections.
  • Former deputy chief executive at the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Social Development.

Career

Customs Service / Te Mana Arai o Aotearoa
Comptroller and Chief Executive, Comptroller and Chief Executive
Jan 2019 - Present
Department of Corrections / Ara Poutama Aotearoa
Chief Executive
Feb 2019 - Dec 2020

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