Ensuring that Christchurch becomes a smart, world-class contemporary city requires the best public and private thinking, experience and expertise.
Humphry is a Christchurch based businessman. He is also a director of listed NZ companies: Infratil Ltd and Property for Management Ltd. He is also a director of Regenerate Christchurch.
His family company Asset Management Ltd owns businesses involved in the Security, Hydraulics, Tourism, Manufacturing and disruptive technology sectors. He is a fellow of the NZ Institute of Directors and the NZ Institute of Management.
Paul has over 15 years' experience within the Spark New Zealand group, which supports business and government customers with strong Cloud services, mobility and ICT capabilities. Before his time at Spark he worked as an IT consultant in the Education sector and originally started his career as a Secondary Teacher. Paul is also the Chairman of the Ronald McDonald House SI Trust Board, and a Board member for NZ Technology Industry Association.
Paul is Executive Chair of digital marketing platform Shuttlerock, Chair and shareholder of Black Cat Cruises and a Director of Ngai Tahu Tourism. Paul is currently a board member of ChristchurchNZ. He recently retired from the Air New Zealand Board and also served as Director at Tourism NZ.
Hon. Lianne Dalziel
As the current Mayor of Christchurch, Lianne was elected in 2013, after serving for 23 years in the New Zealand Parliament. She is also currently the Chair of the Canterbury Mayoral Forum and the Joint Committee on Civil Defence and Emergency Management as is a member of the National Council Member of Local Government New Zealand.
Hugh Lindo is Christchurch managing partner of national law firm Simpson Grierson. Hugh was inaugural chair of the Court Theatre Foundation and is currently deputy Chair of Christ’s College and on the board of College House. He is also the current President of the Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce having been on the board for 10 years.
In his second term as a Councillor for the Banks Peninsula ward, Andrew was appointed Deputy Mayor of Christchurch in October 2016. Andrew is committed to community development, the environment, arts and culture, economic development and social equity.
A passionate Cantabrian Amy is excited about what our city and region can offer to the world and is involved in working hard to make sure that we are all that we can be through her role at The Christchurch Foundation. Additionally she is the owner and Chair of Perception PR and Marketing, an part owner of two other Christchurch based SME’s, a board member of the local Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of the Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust.