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Tony Hassed BCA, Life FNZIM
Tony has been self-employed as a business consultant for the last 10 years. Through his own company, BoardSense Ltd, previously Hassed Advice, he has provided advice to some 400 boards/councils and their CEO’s on governance and the role of the CEO. His areas of special interest include governance, leadership, strategic perspectives, finance and management, change management and business mentoring at both CEO and new manager levels. He also undertakes extensive mentoring from young entrepreneurs to CEO’s and Board Chairmen. Tony is former CEO General Finance; a Senior Executive with the National Provident Fund; an investment company General Manager, an IBM manager and an advisor in management, marketing and acquisitions. In his time with National Provident, Tony held the senior executive positions of marketing and product development. He has previously been Chairman of 6 companies and a Director of 30. He has held a national role in the Anglican Church, and was the Treasurer of the Rotary Club of Wellington for 10 years. Tony has conducted many public seminars on the topic of governance, and forums for CEO’s on the topic of the Board’s relationship with the CEO. Tony served as National President and Chair of NZIM Inc 2003-2004 and served on the National Board for thirty years. He was also National President in 1985-86.He served on the Board of NZIM Central Division for 26 years, was Chairman of the NZIM National Qualifications Committee for 13 years, and Chair of the NZIM National Audit Committee for 5 years. His commitment to NZIM was recognised in 1996 when he was awarded an inaugural Life Fellow of the Institute. He has been a Trustee of the NZIM Foundation for 11 years. He also chairs the Upper Hutt Health Centre, the Greater Wellington YMCA, Columbia Group Ltd, the Lakeside Villas Timeshare Resort and the Anglican Resource Centre. He is also a board member of New Zealand Kindergarten Inc. He was previously Chair of the Audit NZ Advisory Board and Chair of Quality Health New Zealand.
Her educational qualifications span MBA, a Masters degree in public policy, a research degree in social studies, undergraduate qualifications in Maori, health economics and anthropology. She is also qualified as a music teacher. She has four children and three stepchildren. Shenagh was born in the UK but has enjoyed New Zealand for the last 25 years and takes great advantage of the New Zealand countryside, tramping and cycling.
Andy Bogacki NZCB, LNZIOB, SNZPI
Andy has been involved in the Construction, Development and Property industries in New Zealand since 1973 with the majority of that time devoted to Property Analysis, Corporate Accommodation, Consultancy and Property Development.
Having been involved in the development and construction of over 40 significant buildings in the Wellington area, Andy founded Bogacki Property Consultants Ltd in 1988 and has since then been corporate property adviser to a multitude of major New Zealand companies and government departments. Andy is also a founding director of Colourlock Industries Ltd, a company specialising in innovative solutions to industry through the use of science. Colourlock is the joint/venture developer of the Klenzion™ Agwash™ Stockwashing System which is in use throughout the New Zealand meat processing industry.
Andy’s interests include skiing, fishing, tramping, mountain biking and overseas adventures. http://www.bogacki.co.nz/
Iona has had a range of experiences before joining central government. She started her career as a teacher, later becoming an advocate and researcher for the Public Service Association and then as General Manager of a community controlled primary health care organisation. The health service was the first service of its kind to have a contract with government to provide free or very low priced, high quality health services to those on low incomes. Iona was initially appointed to the State Services Commission in 1995 as senior advisor for the Education Sector. In 2001 Iona was appointed Deputy State Services Commissioner providing advice on public service chief executive appointments, departmental performance, client satisfaction with access to and confidence in public services and machinery of government matters.
Iona has been a Deputy Chief Executive at MSD since 2007. Until this year she was DCE Corporate and Governance, she is now DCE Students, Seniors and Integrity Services. This role is responsible for service rating StudyLink, services to seniors and checking and investigating inappropriate access to benefits. Iona is also a member of the Barnardos Board.