Brian Davey - Chair
Brian has lived in Ohoka, with his wife Linda, for the last six years and very much enjoys being part of this diverse community.
Brian has 35 years’ experience in global sales and has worked in more than 40 countries. He is currently part of a Sales Consultancy helping local businesses reach their full potential. Brian has very much enjoyed meeting and working with people from very different cultures but strongly believes that New Zealand is the best place to be able to call home. Feeling very privileged at being appointed to the board of CWNC, he is now looking forward to using some of his skills and experience in assisting a fantastic team in their endeavours to keep improving the quality of life for all in our part of the world.
Sam Jones - Trustee
Sam has lived in Rangiora for almost 20 years now and loves being part of the local community. Sam and his wife Tina have one son Blake, who is chasing his sailing passion in Auckland and three daughters at school in Rangiora.
Sam has a strong business development and management background in the technology industry that has taken him all over the world. He feels very lucky to have had the opportunity to take Kiwi innovation to the global community.
When Sam isn't working or relaxing at home with his family, he is either at the Waimakariri Sailing Club where he is the Vice Commodore and enjoys getting kids and adults out on the water as part of their Learn to Sail program, or racing competitively on Lyttelton and Akaroa Harbours as part of a 7 strong Keel boat crew who recently won the Canterbury Keel Boat Champs and South Island Young 88 Championships.
Anna Lloyd - Trustee
Anna lives in Christchurch with her husband and two young children but has worked in Rangiora for the last eight years and sees herself as very much a part of the North Canterbury community.
Anna is a partner at Brandts-Giesen McCormick Lawyers and predominantly practices family law, which includes representing children in the Family Court. She is passionate about people and all aspects of their wellbeing and considers it a privilege to serve on the board of Wellbeing North Canterbury.
Leone Evans - Trustee
Leone has been living in the North Canterbury community of Kaiapoi for over 20 years with her partner of 26 years, Richard Grigor. She is essentially retired, although she is very active in the local community with two other volunteering roles, and she also manages her own coaching business.
Prior to retirement Leone worked within public sector for New Zealand's national economic development agency supporting businesses with their growth objectives both nationally and internationally. She has particular strengths in business performance and strategic analysis - skills obtained both during her work in the public and private sector.
Leone is delighted to be appointed as a Trustee for Community Wellbeing North Canterbury Trust, as she has long admired their compassionate approach to providing support for those in their times of need.
Mary Sparrow - Trustee
Mary has lived in the Waimakariri District for more than 35 years and has had extensive involvement with the community, including as a member of the North Canterbury Soroptimists since the early 1980. She has been involved with farming, the building industry and as a consultant reporting on a range of community issues including social needs and recreation. From 2001 to 2014 Mary was employed by the Waimakariri District Council as a policy analyst focusing on social policy and resource management issues. She is currently working on contract to Environment Canterbury advising on social and recreation issues associated with water management in the Waimakariri Water Management Zone.
Marie Black - Trustee
Currently Deputy Mayor and Hurunui District Council representative on Community Wellbeing North Canterbury board, I am proud to have the opportunity to enhance wellbeing in North Canterbury. Born and bred in the Hurunui district I have a deep affection for the community. I have worked for the New Zealand Plunket Society since 1992 across both the Hurunui and Waimakariri districts and therefore bring a strong understanding of rural living, its strengths and complexities.
It is a great privilege to witness first hand the dedication and commitment that Community Wellbeing North Canterbury delivers to our community.
Martin Pinkham - Trustee
Martin grew up in Kaiapoi and is Waimakariri District Council representative on the Trust Board as he is currently the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board elected member.
Martin is a professional civil engineer, and has had senior engineering and management roles mainly in the private sector. His present role is the Property and Risk Manager for a Rangiora based company.
Tsarina Dellow - Trustee
Tsarina lives in Hanmer Springs and is a well-known and well-respected member of the local community. She has been committed to caring for people in the Hurunui District for over a decade, previously working as an administrator at the Hanmer Springs Health Centre and volunteering as an ambulance officer for St John, gaining a National Diploma in Ambulance Practice and holding the position of volunteer Station Manager. Tsarina has recently switched allegiances to Fire and Emergency New Zealand becoming a member of the Rural Fire Force, but continues her involvement in healthcare as a consumer representative on the Hurunui Health Services Development Group.
Tsarina is a Chartered Accountant and enjoys working in a community based practice in Amberley where she interacts with Hurunui locals on a daily basis. She also acts as Treasurer for the Hanmer Springs Business Association, and is involved in a number of other local volunteer groups. Tsarina is passionate about the wellbeing of others and is proud to be a member of the Community Wellbeing North Canterbury Trust.
In her downtime Tsarina enjoys spending time in the back country with her husband Greg and their two dogs.