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Sport New Zealand is pleased to announce recipients in the fifth year of the women in governance programme.
This part of the initiative provides mentor support for women currently on boards or scholarships to further understanding of governance. The panel also identified a group of ‘next generation’ leaders who although are not supported under the two main programmes will receive some general career and leadership support.
Ten hours of mentor support
Penny Brothers Chair New Zealand Alpine Clubs
Kylie Hawker-Green Director Northern Districts Cricket Association
Wendy Lansdown Chair New Zealand Pony Club Association
Henrietta McNeill Director Youthtown
Sally Morrison Chair Cricket Wellington
Annabel Ritchie Director Rowing New Zealand
Terri-Ann Scorer Director Tennis New Zealand
Scholarships to a value of one thousand dollars
Nicola Clayden Chair University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand
Barbara Kendall International Olympic Commission representative
Sharyn Mitchell Deputy Chair Wellington Hockey Association
Lucy Pomeroy Director Volleyball New Zealand
Madeleine Surie Director Forward Foundation
Five hours of general career/leadership mentoring
Shanaya Allan Director Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand
Aleisha Clarke Director New Zealand Water polo
Julie Hands Intern Ronald McDonald House South Island