Carol has been involved in netball for most of her life and brings a strong understanding of the grassroots game through first-hand involvement at region, centre and satellite level, whilst continuing to contribute as an umpire. She was a member of the Netball Wellington Board prior to the establishment of Netball Central Zone. Carol is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and has experience in business ranging from multinational organisations to sole traders. She currently works for one of NZ’s leading CRIs.
Scott is a commercial and intellectual property law partner in the Wellington office of national law firm Duncan Cotterill and is Netball New Zealand's appointee to the board. Scott has held a number of commercial and not-for-profit governance positions and is currently a member of New Zealand Football’s Executive Committee. When not working, Scott is an active social sportsman and is kept busy with his family, which includes three active teenagers.
Angela is a keen supporter of netball having been involved in the game for many years, playing at both school and representative levels. More recently her involvement involves coaching at both school and age grade representative level.
Angela is a Partner at KPMG, working in their Enterprise Division, which involves advising a wide range of clients on accounting, tax and general commercial matters.
Being part of the Netball Central Zone Board gives her a chance to further give back to a sport she is extremely passionate about.
Leanne is the Deputy CFO and Company Secretary for Summerset Group Holdings Limited, where she is responsible for a wide range of financial, legal and governance functions for the NZX and ASX listed group. Leanne is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and has a strong financial management focus. Being on the Board is an exciting opportunity to be involved with a great sport that is loved by so many across New Zealand.
Fay is a lifelong netballer having been involved in all aspects of the game from player to coach, time keeper to board member and sometimes match reporter. She began her playing days as a school girl in Whanganui, before moving to the Manawatū where she is passionate about keeping Centre netball strong and vibrant. Having commenced her working life as a nurse at Palmerston North hospital she continues in the health sector as general manager of the National Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) Prevention team with Hāpai Te Hauora Māori Public Health. As one of three community representatives, Fay brings a holistic health perspective to the board. She is keen to ensure Netball Centres representing every netballer across the region have a voice and a positive netball experience. Four children and 5 grandchildren with husband Brian guarantees they are followers of a range of sports.
Director for Māori and Pacific MSD, previously GM for the ANZ having served 40 years with the Bank. Played and coached football/softball at a high level with great success. I love helping club’s out in the local communities because that’s where it all starts and finishes for sport in NZ. Spent 30 year’s following my daughter around the netball courts and still doing so today. My wife Faye and four kids spent like most kiwi families running around from one sports field to another. It’s time to put something back into the game and hopefully we can help the game develop even further in the central zone! I have four granddaughters coming through the ranks so might as well do the mahi now as I certainly want to be watching them play!!!