Queenstown Director Bill Moran, Financial and Investment Advisor David Goble, and Business and Strategic Projects Group Manager Stephen Canny from Invercargill have been appointed as trustees of Community Trust South announced today.
New appointments with effect from 1 June 2019. They have replaced Margot Hishon, Stephen O’Connor and Warren Skerrett.
The trustee appointments are made by the Minister of Finance, after receiving nominations from the Trust and from a range of other organisations and individuals within the Trust’s region.
Mata Cherrington has been selected to continue into a second term as a trustee of Community Trust South.
The appointment is for an initial term of four years ending on 31 May 2023.
Deputy Chair Lindsay Wright will fill the role as Acting Chair for the Trust until a permanent appointment for the Chair position is decided later in June. Mr Wright paid tribute to the three outgoing trustees.
“Margot, Warren and Stephen have made a significant contribution to the Trust over the past four years. The leadership and direction which came from their combined community, financial and cultural knowledge has been greatly appreciated.
We now welcome our new appointees to the Trust. We look forward with anticipation to the skills they will bring, and contribution they will make in the future.”
The 10 Community Trust South trustees are:
- Lindsay Wright (Acting Chair)
- John Wyeth
- Penny Simmonds
- David Goble
- Richard Wason
- Trish Boyle
- Bill MoranStephen Canny
- Michael Wilson
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