Neil Porteous
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Neil Porteous

Tamaki Regeneration Company

General manager, housing

  • Formerly director of human resources at Vodafone NZ, after a variety of roles there for 10 years.
  • CEO of the Child Cancer Foundation for two years.
  • A trustee of the Equal Employment Opportunities Trust.

Career

Vodafone
Director - Human Resources, Director - Customer Operations
Nov 2001 - Nov 2007
Child Cancer Foundation
CEO
Mar 2008 - Apr 2010
Elevator Group Inc.
CEO
May 2010 - Dec 2013
St. John
GM - Northern Region
Jan 2014 - Aug 2015
Tamaki Regeneration Company
General Manager - Housing
Sep 2015 - Present

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