Wellington investment company Rangatira has appointed Sophie Haslem and Richard Wilks as non-executive directors to its board.

And the board of Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation, the Crown entity that manages the nation’s $20 billion Superannuation Fund, has appointed Lindsay Wright director. Wright is chief executive of Harvest Alternatives Investment Group.

Children’s charity, Variety, has appointed Jayne Kirton and Sharon Henderson directors of its board. Kirton is consultant at corporate law firm Bell Gully and Henderson is the founder and CEO of advertising agency Federation.

Alison Quesnel has been appointed executive director of Natural Products New Zealand. Quesnel has been on the NPNZ board since 2009.

State owned enterprise Mighty River Power has reappointed barrister and solicitor Prue Flacks to it board. She has been director since 2010.

Professional director David Jackson has joined the board of home improvements retailer and co-operative Mitre 10 as an independent advisor. He replaces John Spencer who has become Mitre 10 director after serving as the board’s previous independent adviser.

Wellington-based intelligence software developer Wynyard Group has appointed former Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) tech guru Louis Grever to its board.

Turners and Growers independent director Sir John Anderson has been appointed the board’s deputy chairman.

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