Execs on the move

Graham Carter is to lead the carboNZero programme in New Zealand as it new chief executive. New Zealander, he was most recently based in Canada as the co-founder and chief executive of Axia Software Corporation, company that provides tools to help organisations maximise the efficiency of their capital investment. Before that he co-founded and was chief operating officer of Acclaro Management Corporation, Canadian company providing project management expertise for power utilities.
The carboNZero programme, which offers world-class greenhouse gas certification schemes, was previously business unit of Landcare Research, but is transforming into standalone corporate business.
Alongside Carter new board of directors has been elected, with independent director Alastair Lawrence as its chair. Other members are Rob Fenwick, Jo Brosnahan and Richard Gordon.

Elaine McCaw
Hobson Leavy Executive Search has appointed Elaine McCaw to the role of non-executive chair. former principal and co-founder of executive search firm Bell McCaw Bampfylde, McGaw is now professional director and consultant.

Bill Sullivan, Martin Wood, Mark Evans, Tim Lott, Andrew Maclean
Leighton Contractors has established new management team to support its growth in the New Zealand infrastructure sector. Sullivan joins as general manager NZ; Wood as operations manager; Evans as senior project manager; Lott as strategic development manager, and Maclean as business development manager.

Patrick McCalman
Deloitte has appointed Patrick McCalman as tax partner in its Wellington office. McCalman has spent the past nine years in executive roles at two of the country’s leading financial services institutions.

Cornelius Dirven, Anossis Oliveira
Auckland-based mobile health provider Vensa Health has announced two key executive appointments. Cornelius Dirven has been appointed as national sales director and Anossis Oliveira as general manager ICT.

Eric Greenop
Voice and video communications technology company Asnet Technologies has appointed Eric Greenop as its new managing director. He brings international telecommunications experience to the role, having previously held management roles at Motorola, British Telecom and Mitel Telecommunications.

Mike Parsons
Auckland-based Datamine has promoted Mike Parsons to the new position of managing director. Previously, he ran Datamine’s client services team.

Karyn Arkell
Acumen Republic has promoted Auckland general manager Karyn Arkell to CEO. She replaces owner Michael Dunlop, who is stepping back from management, to become executive chairman.

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