UPFRONT Management for life

The New Zealand Institute of Management has awarded two new Life Fellows – Cameron (Cam) Moore from Christchurch and Reg Birchfield from Auckland.
Moore is director of his own company, Torrens Enterprises, has been member of the NZIM Canterbury board since 1987 and was president in 1995 and ’96. He was also president of the Plastics Institute of New Zealand and played major role in the development of the organisation. He has been involved with the Canterbury Manufacturers Association since 1985 and was president from 2000 until 2002. He is also member of number of government advisory bodies and is currently chairman of the New Zealand Railways Corporation and member of the Small Business Advisory Council.
Reg Birchfield has been associated with NZIM since 1984 when he took over as publisher of Management magazine, the “officially recognised” magazine of the Institute. He was appointed to the NZIM Auckland board in 1998 and was president of Auckland in 2001 and 2002. He was appointed to the National Board of NZIM in 2003. Birchfield is currently also trustee of Leadership New Zealand and the Independent Business Foundation and director of Abilities Inc, an Auckland-based employer of people with disabilities. He is also life member of the Magazine Publishers Association.
NZIM Life Fellowships are awarded to individuals “in recognition of outstanding services” to the Institute.

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