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Board Members

Athletics New Zealand Board
The Board consists of seven members (4 elected and 3 appointed) and ex officio the President of Athletics New Zealand and any New Zealand resident who is a member of the IAAF Council. The board members represent the interests of Athletics New Zealand Inc. and are entrusted to ensure Athletics New Zealand Inc. is soundly managed.

Each member is elected for a three year term. (Refer Governance section of the Athletics NZ Constitution for further details).
The current Board of Athletics New Zealand is profiled below.

Annette Purvis - Chair

Annette has been a member of the Athletics NZ Board since 2004 and Chairman since 2007. Annette’s athletics involvement started in Canterbury and extends over the last 30 plus years as a competitor, coach and administrator .Annette brings strong strategic focus along with proven experience in people leadership, operational and project management through her roles as a Senior Manager for New Zealand’s largest insurer IAG Insurance.
Annette ensures that the Board is focused on delivering its strategic responsibilities to its members through good governance and best practise. Delivering on a strategy that focuses on increasing participation, developing products and services, strengthening delivery at grass roots, growing talent whilst creating sustainable income remains a challenge. Athletics has ongoing support from a number of key stakeholders in both the Community and High Performance space and Annette is motivated to see strategic outcomes achieved through the success that we have already achieved.

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Roger Carruthers

Roger has been an advisor to the Athletics New Zealand Board since 2011 before being appointed to the Board in 2013.
Roger is Chief Executive Officer for Connexionz Limited, a publicly owned technology company located in Christchurch; prior to this he held various international roles in one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. Roger brings to the Board solid experience in growing and, where necessary, re-aligning under-performing businesses, strength in strategic leadership, bringing strategic goals into meaningful and measurable operational objectives, and strong financial and business planning acumen.
Roger is a passionate sports lover with a keen interest in athletics, and has been involved in supporting children’s athletics in Singapore, Australia and in Christchurch. He is firmly committed to the vision and strategic plan for Athletics New Zealand and is eager to apply his business experience to support Management, the Clubs and other stakeholders to define and deliver the goals required to achieve this plan.
Roger is eager to receive your input and thoughts at any time.
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Dean McKenzie

Dean was elected to the Board in 2015.
Dean McKenzie is Chief Executive Officer of the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club based in Christchurch, who conduct New Zealand’s largest raceday (horse racing) and operate New Zealand’s busiest racetrack, Addington Raceway and Events Centre.
Previous sporting administrative roles include Chief Executive Officer of Jade Stadium Limited from 2002-2006 and also acting as a Director of leading sports management company Esportif (NZ) Ltd from 2007 to 2013.
Dean is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree, both from Otago University, and also a Masters Degree in Sports Administration and Facility Management from Ohio University.
He is also a recreational marathon runner.
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Peter Wyatt

Peter has held senior business and leadership roles in a number of sectors, building  a long history of successful strategic and operational management. Currently Peter has his own consultancy specialising in building services advice, facilities management and health and safety in the workplace.
Peter has a lifelong interest in athletics having competed successfully as a junior through to current administration and governance roles at both club and regional level. 
Peter has had roles in administration, officiating and management and has been a member of the Board of Athletics Auckland for the past eight years and Chairman for the last five years.
Peter has three adult children, two sons and a daughter who participated and enjoyed athletics with both sons representing New Zealand in horizontal jumps. Peter has a strong interest in attracting more of our junior athletes to stay in the sport through to the senior ranks. Equally as important is maintaining succession at all levels both in terms of attracting new athletes and growing club leadership and participation. 
Peter is passionate about growing our sport into the future, meeting the needs of the current population and engaging partners that can enhance our opportunities to be seen as a sport of choice for young and old. 
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Cameron Taylor - Deputy Chair

Cameron was elected to the Board in August 2012. He is passionate about athletics and a keen athlete, competing since his early school days.  He was a member of the Waitemata Amateur Athletic Club, now the Waitakere City Athletic Club, and attended university in Dallas, Texas on an athletics scholarship.  Cameron represented New Zealand at several international track & field championships from 1989 to 1994, including the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona (200m quarter-finalist), 1991 World Championships in Tokyo (200m quarter-finalist), 1991 World University Games in the UK (100m and 200m) and the 1990 World Junior Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria (200m semi-finalist).  He held a number of national records in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.  After retiring from competitive athletics, Cameron was a volunteer coach assisting Waitakere City club athletes in 1995 to 1998.
Cameron is currently a corporate advisor and transaction lawyer.  He is a partner with Minter Ellison Rudd Watts in Auckland focused on mergers and acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures, securities offerings and corporate governance.  He also practiced law in New York and London for eight years with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP.
Cameron has a M.B.A from London Business School specialising in Finance and Private Equity, an LL.B. (Hons) from the University of Auckland, and a B.B.A. (Finance) and B.A. (Economics) from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.  He is admitted to the bar in New York (2002) and New Zealand (1998).

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Jo Coleman

Jo has been involved in athletics since she first started competing as a four-year-old for the Pakuranga Athletic Club in Auckland.
Jo competed until her late teens, representing New Zealand at the Pacific School Games in Melbourne winning a silver medal in discus, plus several golds and records over the years at children’s events such as Trans-Tasman, Colgate Games and Secondary School Nationals. In 1984, Jo was awarded the NZCAA Sportsperson of the Year.
In her professional life, Jo worked as a journalist in print and radio before moving to television. During her 12 years at TVNZ, she commentated netball for several years with Julie Coney and April Ieremia whilst holding management roles in publicity, marketing and programming. Jo then moved to Auckland Rugby and The Blues as Head of Communications for seven years, during which she was seconded by the NZRU as Manager of the Black Ferns during their tour to England.
Jo has held senior roles in media, promotions and operations at major sports events including Venue Media Manager for Eden Park for the 2011 Rugby World Cup; Media/Broadcast Operations Manager U20 Rugby World Championships 2014; National Promotions Manager for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015 and is currently NZ Operations Manager for the Rugby League World Cup 2017.
Jo has two children competing in athletics whom she has coached for several years as well as being an age group and team manager on many occasions. She is also a qualified Surf Life Saving Official and netball umpire.
Jo has extensive experience in the sport industry in both professional and amateur sport and understands the challenges facing sporting codes today as they compete for registered participants, officials, sponsorship dollars, agency funding and the need to remain an accessible sport of choice for New Zealanders, whilst also sustaining a financially viable and efficient business.
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Chris Maister

Chris was appointed to the Board in 2014.
Chris grew up in a family with a long history in both sport administration and participation at club, representative, and national level. His involvement in sports administration began while he was a representative player and has continued almost continuously for well over 30 years. Most recently he served a 6 year term as a member of the Board of Hockey NZ, following 3 years as President. He has received recognition from Hockey NZ in the form of a Gold Service medal and Life Membership. In 2001 Sport Canterbury awarded him the Outstanding Winter Sports Administrator award. He represented NZ at hockey.
Their 2 children (now adult) brought Chris and his wife Annette close to the local athletics scene through their participation during their school years, and in the case of their daughter, post school. They appreciated the coaching and encouragement their children received during this period and as parents thoroughly enjoyed their own involvement.
From a career perspective, Chris has run his own human resources consultancy for 6 years following a long career as a human resources senior executive in a national company. He has received recognition from the Human Resources Institute of NZ in the form of Professional Membership.
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