Sanchia Yonge
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Sanchia Yonge

NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono

General manager, customer solutions

  • Previous roles at NZTE include customer director, Mumbai trade commissioner and general manager of internal partners and people.
  • Before joining NZTE she was managing director for IBM's Kenexa NZ.
  • Spent a decade in the US on the Great Place to Work® Institute's lead team.
  • Has arts and business degrees from the University of Auckland and a diploma in financial markets from the Securities Institute of Australia.


Great Place to Work® Institute
Manager, International Operations
Oct 2004 - Sep 2011
Kenexa NZ, an IBM Company
Managing Director
Sep 2011 - Dec 2014
NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono
General Manager, Customer Solutions, General Manager, Internal Partners and People, Acting Trade Commissioner, Customer Director
Feb 2014 - Present

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