Governance Bio
Sue Lewis-OHalloran
Appoint Professional

Sue Lewis-OHalloran

Location
Auckland
Experience
24 Years
Remuneration
Paid Roles Only

Interested In:

Organisations

Private company
Listed company
Trust
Charity
Government Sector Org
Non Governmental Organisation
Sport & Physical Recreation Orgs

Roles

Director
Chairperson
Advisor / Advisory Board
Trustee
Board Member
“I am seeking a role with a governance board, ideally in the social services or sports sector. A strong relationship builder with considerable governance experience, I've sat on both sides of the table, so I understand board-staff dynamics .I have also worked with all levels of government in NZ, Australia, Canada and the United States.”
Experience
Memberships

Special Interest Groups

Governance Roles

Member, Diocesan Council

Anglican Diocese of Auckland

September 2017 - Present (1 years)

Governance and oversight of the largest diocese in NZ, responsibilities for all ministry units and a multi-million dollar portfolio, including City Mission, Dilworth School, Selwyn Foundation, King's and Diocesan School for Girls.

Founding Chair, current Trustee

Dress for Success in New Zealand Trust

April 2015 - Present (4 years)

The Trust was established to receive and distribute funds at the national level, ensuring a level playing field for all Dress for Success affiliates/branches in New Zealand.

Trustee/Board member

Saint Georges Heritage Trust

January 2015 - Present (4 years)

The Trust was established to ensure the survival of Saint George's heritage buildings in Thames.

Executive Roles

Vice-President of Development

Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand

June 2018 - Present (1 years)

I oversee all fundraising initiatives, including development and implementation of a diversified revenue plan. My responsibilities include oversight of an annual campaign with target of $1M+

Education

British Columbia Institute of Technology

n/a, hotel management & accounting

1972 - 1973

University of British Columbia

BA, English & Sociology

1968 - 1972