Jenn Bestwick
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Jenn Bestwick

Tertiary Education Commission / Te Amorangi Mātauranga Matua

Chair

  • Has extensive governance experience, including roles at Ara Institute of Canterbury (formerly CPIT), Southern Response Earthquake Services and Development West Coast.
  • Member of the NZQA Board.
  • Leadership of CPIT during its merger with Aoraki Polytechnic established a high level of credibility in the tertiary sector.
  • An associate with the project office, where she provides strategic and business-case development capability

Career

NZ Qualifications Authority / Mana tohu Mātauranga o Aotearoa
Board Member
Oct 2018 - Present
Resilience to Nature's Challenges
Chair
Oct 2018 - Present
Tertiary Education Commission / Te Amorangi Mātauranga Matua
Commissioner
Dec 2018 - Present
Invercargill City Holding Limited
Independent Director
Apr 2019 - Present
Tonkin + Taylor
Independent Chairperson, Independent Chairperson, Independent Chairperson
Feb 2020 - Present

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