Jess Dorman
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Jess Dorman

NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono

Business advisor to the chief executive

  • Appointed April 2019. Previously supply-side manager at the NZ Government Partnerships Office. Has been a business development advisor at NZTE, a private secretary to the former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon Murray McCully, and an events coordinator at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Has sports medicine and political studies degrees from the University of Auckland and a biology degree from Hartwick College in the US. Experienced water polo coach.

Career

New Zealand Water Polo
Cadet Assistant Coach
Jan 2014 - Dec 2016
Office of Hon Murray McCully
Private Secretary
May 2016 - Dec 2016
NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono
Business Development Advisor G2G Know-How
Dec 2016 - Sep 2017
New Zealand Government Partnerships Office (G2G Know-How)
Supply Side Manager
Sep 2017 - Jul 2019
NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono
Business Advisor to the Chief Executive
Apr 2019 - Present

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