Fleur Evans
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Fleur Evans

Agresearch / Āta Mātai, Mātai Whetū

People and culture director

  • Previously led organisational development at Meridian Energy for five years.
  • Early career involved leadership in continuous improvement and learning and development at both Meridian and Spark.


Collections Manager, Learning Design & Development Specialist
Jan 2002 - Feb 2009
Organisational Development Manager, Capability Consultant
Jun 2012 - Sep 2017
Agresearch / Āta Mātai, Mātai Whetū
People & Culture Director, Organisational Talent & Development Manager, Organisational Development Consultant
Nov 2017 - Present

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