Network Tasman Introduces Associate Director Programme
Consumer-owned electricity lines business Network Tasman Limited and shareholder Network Tasman Trust is introducing an Associate Director Programme designed to offer emerging directors the opportunity to accelerate their boardroom experience for a period of twelve months on the board of Network Tasman.
Network Tasman board chair John McCliskie said “The aim of the programme is to enhance the capability of senior leaders embarking on a governance career and to increase the availability of talented people for appointment to boards within the Nelson/Tasman region.”
“On behalf of the trustees and board of Network Tasman, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Robyn Wilson as the inaugural Associate Director of Network Tasman” he said.
In addition to Robyn’s current role as Senior Commercial Manager at the BNZ, Nelson, she is also a board member of the Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce, Mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters and former board member of Nelson College for Girls.
In welcoming Robyn to the Network Tasman board as an Associate Director, Mr McCliskie said “the appointment will provide further support to emerging directors with ongoing mentoring and opportunities for professional development and social networking within the governance environment.”
“Network Tasman is committed to supporting the future growth of the Nelson/Tasman region, and we need to create the next generation of leaders in order to do so” he said.
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