Raj Krishnan
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Raj Krishnan

Commerce Commission New Zealand / Te Komihana Tauhokohoko

General manager, strategy, governance and engagement

  • Appointed 2021.
  • Previously at the Department of Internal Affairs, holding positions including general manager policy and general manager regulatory services.
  • Earlier worked for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of Corrections and the Accident Compensation Corp.
  • Holds a BA (social policy and education) and a Master of Public Policy from Victoria University of Wellington.

Career

Department of Internal Affairs / Te Tari Taiwhenua
General Manager Policy
Mar 2017 - Jul 2020
Department of The Prime Minister and Cabinet / Te Tari o te Pirimia me te Komiti Matua
Advisor
Jul 2020 - Apr 2021
Commerce Commission New Zealand / Te Komihana Tauhokohoko
General Manager, Governance, Strategy and Engagement
Apr 2021 - Present

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