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Alumni Acknowledgements, November 2017

Part of Leadership New Zealand’s ethos is that Alumni make a commitment to “pay it forward”. This can be done in many ways which include speaking at Leadership NZ sessions and events, hosting and sponsoring Leadership NZ events, being a member of alumni working groups, volunteering for SkillsBank projects, being a Trustee, making scholarship donations, providing voluntary support to Leadership NZ etc.

We wish to acknowledge and thank the following Alumni who have generously supported Leadership NZ across all these activities during the period: 

1 January 2017 - 30 November 2017

Adam Bevins; Adrian Wimmers;  Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki; Andrew Sharpe; Angela Parquist; Astrid Anderson; Cheryl Bowie; Chris Morgan; Christian Penny; Claire McQuilken; Damon Birchfield; Darren Lee; Darrin Brinsden; David Hall; David Udy; Dr Chellie Spiller; Dr Karlo Mila; Dr Selina Tusitala Marsh; Eddy Royal; Fenella Gray; George Riley; Hayley Shields; Hilary Sumpter; Imogen Parry; James Wilson; Jamie Munro; Jane Carruthers; Jennie Vickers; John Skurr;  Jonathan Hulme; Josephine Bartley; Josie Ogden-Schroeder; Julia Hartshorne; Justin Maddox; Karyn McLeod; Kaye-Maree Dunn; Kelly Bewley; Kimberly Rees; Lisa Paraku; Manu Keung; Mary Camp; Megan Hurnard; Megan Tyler; Mini Prasad; Michael Berry; Mina Mathieson; Murray Hickman; Neville Pulman; Nick Astwick; Nicola Brehaut; Olive Brown; Pania Schwenke; Pauline Hanna; Penny Hulse; Peter Fenton; Quentin McCarthy; Rebecca Sinclair; Rob Kerr; Sanjoy Nand; Sarah Graham; Shaun Greaves; Tara Pradhan; Teresa Tepania Ashton; Tom Dibley; Tracy Moyes; Tui Ah Loo.