- Appointed May 2021.
- Previously deputy chief executive, system and regulatory design, Ministry of Transport
- Earlier leadership roles at WorkSafe NZ, MBIE, and the Ministry of Economic Development.
- Career highlights include health and safety, labour market, and financial sector reforms, establishing WorkSafe NZ, design of the Ultra-Fast Broadband initiative, and improving public sector regulation and systems.
- Also designed and implemented an international air freight scheme during covid-19.
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