Tan Shu Lin Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director OUE Commercial REIT Management Ms Tan has extensive experience in corporate finance, investments, mergers and acquisitions, financial management and investor relations, with more than 14 years of experience in direct real estate investments and fund management. From toshe was with Ascendas Pte Ltd where her responsibilities included evaluating and structuring potential property investment and fund management opportunities. From toMs Tan was with PrimePartners Asset Management Pte Ltd, where her duties included evaluating and executing potential private equity investment opportunities. Between toshe was with various banks where her responsibilities included advising companies on capital market transactions and other fund-raising exercises.
Mr Bain has been closely involved in sports committees, raising funds for the North Auckland Rugby Union to successfully bring it into a sound financial position, and serving on the Whangarei Golf Club Committee.
In the s he joined the Sport Northland Board, returning in and fundraising for a new Sport Northland base. He helped raise funds to build a new ambulance station in the s.
He served for 25 years as the initial founder, Chairman and fundraiser for the rescue air ambulance charity Northland Emergency Services Trust. Mrs Bond was a player of club and representative netball until Since the s she has tutored umpires at regional and national levels, and been a practical examiner for local and regional levels.
She has coached various teams at a range of levels since the s. Mrs Bond was involved in netball administration, particularly with the Eastern Southland Netball Umpires Association, for close to 30 years. He has engaged with various agencies in the community to protect the health of drug addicts, helping them with accommodation and access to health services.
He gives public presentations and education Finance honours thesis at Bridge programmes and Alcohol and Drug clinics. He has been involved with a number of public initiatives for safe handling of needles and syringes. As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Mr Browning assisted with the organisation of the 'Turn the Living Page' programme at Puke Ariki library, where members of the public could talk with mental health clients about their conditions.
Establishing the Trust involved securing the support of the Northland, Whangarei and Auckland Councils and petitioning the Rodney District Council and Auckland Regional Councils to obtain approval for sewer and water utilities for Te Hana, as well as the lease of an area of the Te Hana reserve for the Trust to develop a Cultural Tourism Centre and community marae to serve the Auckland and Northland regions.
She oversaw the raising of funds towards the completion of the project and successfully obtained Qualmark status for the Cultural Tourism Centre. She obtained support from various tertiary education providers to deliver youth development training courses through the Centre to increase employment opportunities.
Ms Clapham was also involved in the establishment of Guardians of the Kaipara, an entity set up to protect the natural characteristics of the Kaipara Harbour and environs.
Dr Coleman gained her medical degree in and a Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Medicine Otago in while working full-time as a General Practitioner. Since she has been involved in, and led the medical team for the New Zealand Olympic and Commonwealth Games teams. At the same time, she has also served as medical director for Swimming New Zealand, Athletics New Zealand and Basketball New Zealand and as team doctor for a number of our national men's and women's sports teams including New Zealand Rugby Union teams.
She has been a Member of the Sports Tribunal of New Zealand sincea body which considers disputes and disciplinary matters in sport, including anti-doping violations; was an elected member of the Waitemata District Health Board from to ; and has volunteered her time to the regional sports Trust on the North Shore Harbour Sport since Dr Coleman is widely regarded and respected within the sector for her long-standing commitment to New Zealand high-performance sport through her work as a sports physician.
COMER, Ms Margaret Anne Maggie For services to philanthropy Mrs Maggie Comer has been employed with the Gallagher Group of Companies in Hamilton for 30 years, during which time she has contributed to the philanthropic activities of the Gallagher Group and has shared her governance experience with a range of organisations in the Waikato region on a pro bono basis.
As a member of the Gallagher Executive Board Mrs Comer has been responsible for the Corporate Sponsorship budget, and has been responsible for the development and implementation of human resources policies for the Group.
As a Trustee of the Waikato Breast Cancer Trust she has organised sponsorship through the Gallagher Group for a number of fundraising events, and established a group of women to develop fundraising initiatives for the Trust.
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