Kay Hawk, Board Chair (Ed D, M Ed Admin (Hons), BA, Dip Ed). Dr Kay Hawk is a sociologist, researcher and educationalist. Kay was a research consultant in the business world for 26 years. Since then she has worked in education as a researcher, developer and adviser to schools throughout the country - 14 of these years in the Massey University Institute of Professional Development and Educational Research at the Albany Campus. She has served on and chaired a number of school boards and community associations, has been an active member of her Anglican parishes and has chaired the Board of The Selwyn Foundation for 12 years.
Dr Sue Watson (PhD, M Ed, BA, Dip Tchng). Dr Sue Watson has extensive experience in not for profit governance and executive leadership. Her expertise includes strategic planning, partnerships and capability and organisational development. She is currently the Chair of CORT Community Housing and a director of Puhinui Park General Partnership. Over the past seven years she has governed a number of large scale community housing developments. Sue is committed to using her experience to increase the number of quality affordable homes and social rentals to meet the continuing demand in Auckland.
Kerry Hitchcock has many years’ experience in property investment, development and financial disciplines as well as in governance. His expertise includes strategic planning, asset management, investment, and commercial and residential property development. A Board Member of Tāmaki Regeneration Company and Smales Farm Business & Technology Hub, his property experience includes development of a broad range of commercial, retail and residential properties and student accommodation in central Auckland.