5th December 2018
At the final TUANZ Board meeting of 2018, Liz Gosling was unanimously re-elected to continue in the role of Chair. Liz is the Chief Information Officer at Auckland University of Technology where she leads a team of 170 people and is responsible for information technology provision for AUT’s staff and students. Her role is focused on contributing to the University’s strategic direction, creating and executing ICT strategy, building collaborative relationships with key stakeholders across the University and ensuring that ICT delivers excellent services and value.
“I am thrilled to lead a team of elected individuals from within our base of members who represent the users of digital technology and connectivity in New Zealand. I’m also incredibly proud to be the Chair of a gender balanced board after the results of the most recent board election,” said Ms. Gosling.
At the recent AGM, the results of the board elections were announced with new board member Theresa Corballis of HP Enterprise. She joins Malcolm Condie from Livestock Improvement Corporation and Vaughan Baker of MyRepublic Group, both being re-elected. This gives the board of 10 members an equal number of male and female representatives.
“We are also incredibly pleased with the reaction to our new look for both TUANZ and our future leaders programme, FLINT (flint.nz). We have a proud history and have refreshed our messaging so that people know that we’re the organisation for users of digital technology and connectivity. We still want to see NZ in the top 10 countries for the use of digital technology and feel re-energized ourselves for the next period of change in the digital environment,” Ms.Gosling went on to say.
Other board members were re-appointed to the following roles:
- Tristan Ilich, Aurecon – Deputy Chair
- Jenna Woolley, MIT – Contact Office
- Malcolm Condie, Individual Member – Finance Chair