Claire Shaw
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Claire Shaw

Meridian

General manager, corporate affairs and sustainability

  • Appointed April 2020.
  • Responsible for public relations strategy, sustainability, external and internal communications.
  • Previously acting GM for office of the chief executive, a corporate communications manager, and on the board of Drive Electric.
  • Joined Meridian in 2009 after a career in journalism in the UK and Ireland.
  • Holds an Honours degree in English Literature from the University of Wales, Bangor.

Career

NZ Qualifications Authority / Mana tohu Mātauranga o Aotearoa
Team Leader editorial desk
Aug 2006 - Aug 2007
Meridian
General Manager Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Acting GM Office of the CE Meridian, Corporate Communications Manager
Aug 2009 - Present
Meridian
Corporate Affairs Manager
Feb 2019 - Present

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