Executives on the move

Shelley Campbell
The Sir Peter Blake Trust has appointed Shelley Campbell as its new chief executive. former chief executive of Waikato Primary Health Organisation, Campbell is member of Cancer Council NZ and chair of the Minister’s National Bowel Cancer Screening Taskforce. She was member of the New Zealand delegation to the World Health Assembly in 2008 and has examined health systems in Canada and the UK. Prior to taking up her new role she was overseeing the business case process for the Ministry of Health’s reforms in Auckland.
Campbell is past recipient of Sir Peter Blake Emerging Leader Award. She received this honour in 2007, becoming the first person from the health sector and the first Māori woman to receive this prestigious award.

Barry Brook
Agribusiness consultant Barry Brook has been appointed as the next chairman of independent dairy company Synlait. He succeeds Graeme Milne who retired from the position to become chairman of Synlait Milk, Synlait’s joint venture milk processing company. Brook led the mergers of Wrightson with Williams and Kettle and Pyne Gould Guinness to form PGG Wrightson and was the group’s chief executive until 2008.

Michael Daniell
Managing director and chief executive officer of Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Michael Daniell has joined The University of Auckland Council. His appointment is for four-year period.

Dato Shahudin, Nik Jaffar
Opus International Consultants has appointed two new directors to bring new expertise and provide international input to the board’s decision making processes. They are Dato Seri Ismail Shahudin and Nik Airina Nik Jaffar.

Dr Ian Parton
A prominent Auckland engineer and company director, Ian Parton is the new Pro-Chancellor of The University of Auckland. He succeeds Lindsay Corban, who served two-year term and remains on the University Council.

Tony O’Boyle, Helen Cross
Rural cooperative Farmlands has two new directors. Tony O’Boyle, Wairarapa sheep and beef farmer and past chairman of Fonterra Shareholders’ Council, has replaced long standing elected director Roger Barton. Dr Helen Cross, managing director and co-founder of Cross Ventures, has been appointed as an independent director.

Keith Taylor
Experienced director and actuary Keith Taylor has been elected to the board of the not-for-profit Southern Cross Medical Care Society. He has over 30 years’ experience in the insurance and financial services industries as CEO, CFO and actuary and his current board appointments include the Reserve Bank, the Earthquake Commission, Gough, Gough & Hamer, NZ Qualifications Authority, Government Superannuation Fund, Port Marlborough and the Takeovers Panel.

Garry Bray
Insurance broker and risk advisor Marsh has appointed Garry Bray as an executive director. Most recently national manager financial services for Elders Rural Holdings, Bray has 32 years’ experience in the insurance industry including nine at Lumley as general manager – insurance.

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