Governance Bio
Kate Vennell
Appoint Professional

Kate Vennell

Location
Auckland
Experience
11 Years
Remuneration
Paid or Unpaid Roles

Interested In:

Organisations

Private company
Listed company
Trust
Charity
Government Sector Org
Non Governmental Organisation
Council Controlled Organisation

Roles

Director
Advisor / Advisory Board
Trustee
Board Member
“Trustee of Diabetees Foundation Aoteaoroa and Mindful Money. Expertise in finance and strategy and specifically tech transformation and culture change. Career experience as a senior executive on internal board in financial services. Over 10 years trustee experience in charities.”
Experience
Memberships

Professional

Governance Roles

Advisory Board Member & Trustee

Mindful Money

August 2020 - Present (1 months)

Mindful Money promotes ethical investment. Many New Zealanders want to invest ethically but don't have the objective information and research to compare the options. Mindful Money introduces Zealanders to funds that best reflect their values and ethical concerns.

Trustee

Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa

February 2020 - Present (7 months)

Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa (previously Diabetes Projects Trust) has been delivering services focused on preventing diabetes and its complications for 25 years. The Foundation emphasises partnership with the community to achieve better health for present and for future generations.

Chair

Redhill Sinfonia

November 2016 - November 2019 (3 years)

Thriving community symphony orchestra based in Surrey, UK (founded in 1891)

Trustee

FAB Croydon

September 2016 - November 2019 (3 years)

Managed a Heritage Lottery funded project on Fairfield Halls in partnership with Museum of Croydon.

Director (nominated by provider who sponsored)

Unbiased Limited

November 2010 - September 2011 (10 months)

Organisation promoted independent financial advice, operating a tool to match clients and advisers.

Trustee

Fairfield Halls (Croydon)

November 2008 - July 2016 (7 years)

Charity operated South London’s largest arts complex (400 seat theatre, 2000 seat concert hall, plus large event space) with a turnover of £1m pa. Charity closed in mid-2016 to enable a £30m refurbishment programme funded by Croydon Council.

Education

Institute of Directors

Governance Essentials, Governance

2020 - 2020