AucklandInvite Only Event
In partnership with Aurecon, WIN Auckland is excited to present our Pathways to Governance event for senior women in the infrastructure sector. Join our guests – David Hammond, Dr Sue Watson and our very own Margaret Devlin for an in-depth conversation about building a senior executive and/or governance career.
Chatham House rule will apply.
Spaces at the event are limited to enable in-depth conversation and we expect this event to be of interest many so we ask that you provide an expression of interest by 2 June. We will then allocate invitations and endeavour to run further Pathways to Governance events in the near future if there is sufficient interest.
David Hammond is national Executive Search Lead for Tribe who has recently supported the process to place CEO, executive and board roles across commercial, logistics, technology, university, DHB, local government, primary health, NFP, Māori and primary industry. David also leads governance reviews and wider leadership solutions around executive teams, restructures and strategy.
Dr Sue Watson is an experienced leadership development expert who has worked with a wide range of business, educational, and not-for-profit organisations and leaders over a number of years. Her leadership experience includes directorships and CEO roles in business and the not-for-profit sector including as the Global Chief Executive of Kea – New Zealand’s global expatriate network. Sue is currently the Chair of CORT Community Housing, a director of the Selwyn Foundation, Haumaru Housing and the Puhinui Park General Partnership.
Margaret Devlin is the Chair of Infrastructure New Zealand, having been elected at the 2021 AGM. Margaret has been an active member on the Board for a number of years and is a professional company director, working primarily in the infrastructure and service sector. She has a particular focus on people and culture. She is currently Chair of Watercare Services Limited and Hospice Waikato and a director of DairyNZ, Titanium Park Limited, Waikato Regional Airport and Waimea Water.