Board of Directors

Kathy Holloway Dr Kathy Holloway, Co Chair

QualificationS:
RN, MHSc, PGCert Online Education, Doctor of Nursing, FCNA(NZ)



Mihimihi:

Tēnā koutou katoa
I graduated from Wellington Polytechnic in 1980 and enjoyed nursing in the UK and Australia for around 14 years prior to returning to New Zealand with my family to begin a career in nursing education. My doctoral work, Developing a Specialist Framework for Nursing in New Zealand has been used by specialty nursing groups nationally to articulate the contribution they can make to addressing health care need. Through my research and national work I continue to focus on articulating the potential of nursing expertise to improve the patient experience, population health outcomes and inform workforce planning models. The College as a thought collective provides a critical nursing voice into this work.

Current Roles:
Director, Graduate School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, Victoria University of Wellington
Ministerial appointed member of the New Zealand Nursing Council

Key Previous Roles:
Member of the Ministry of Health Expert Advisory Group for the 2015 review and update of the New Zealand Health Strategy

Areas Of Expertise:

  • Workforce Analysis and Planning
  • Nursing Education
  • Online Learning

Board Portfolio:
Co-Chair

 

Erin Meads Erin Meads, Board Member

 Qualifications:

 RN, BN, PG Cert Adv Health Science, PG Dip Adv Nsg

 

Mihimihi:
I was born and raised in Whakatane, Bay of Plenty and started my nursing career in   Tauranga Hospital after completing my training at Waiariki Institute of Technology,   Rotorua.  I am fortunate enough to have worked in various frontline and leadership   nursing roles throughout NZ and Australia.  I am passionate about supporting the work of the College to ensure the nursing profession is recognized, enabled and supported to fully maximize its critical contribution in the delivery of quality health care in New Zealand.

Current Role:
Nursing Director, ProCare Health Limited

Key Previous Roles:
Regional Clinical Director Health, Department of Corrections
Nursing Director, Primary Care

Areas of Expertise:

  • Primary Health Care
  • Youth & Women's Health
  • Workforce Development
  • Clinical Leadership & Quality

 

Mark Jones.png Dr Mark Jones, Board Member

Qualifications:
DSocSci MSc, BSc (Hons) Nurs., RN, RHV, FCNA(NZ), FACN



Mihimihi:

Kia ora e te whānau
Ko Indian Head te māunga
Ko Chew Brook te awa
No Ingarangi ahau
Kei Coatesville, Aotearoa ahau e noho ana

I am proud to call myself a Kiwi and New Zealand my home! As someone who has spent 30 years dedicated to furthering our profession, from being a junior nurse through to having the honour and privilege of occupying senior leadership positions across our world, I am committed to working to promote the work of the College as we seek to ensure nursing is able to maximize its contribution to our nation's health.

Current Role:
President Nurses Christian Fellowship NZ / Te Kotahitanga Tapuhi Karaitiana o Aotearoa

Key Previous Roles:
Professor for Transcultural Health Improvement, Curtin University, Perth Western Australia Director Global Health Alliance Western Australia, Department of Health WA Chief Nurse New Zealand Director and CEO Community Practitioners and Health Visitors Association (UK) Primary Care Policy Adviser, Royal College of Nursing of the UK

Areas of Expertise:

  • Primary Health Care
  • Advanced Practice Roles
  • Health Promotion
  • Health Care Decision Making

Board Portfolio:
Primary Health Care Policy

 

Jenny Carryer.pngProfessor Jenny Carryer, Executive Director

Qualifications:
RN, PhD, FCNA(NZ), MNZM, 



Current Role:

Professor of Nursing, Massey University

Key Previous Roles:
Ministerial Task Force on Nursing
Primary Health Care Advisory Council
Clinical Chair of Nursing, Massey University & MidCentral DHB

Areas of Expertise:

  • Primary Health Care Health
  • Policy Long Term Conditions
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Nurse Practitioner Policy and Development

Portfolio:
Chair HWNZ Nursing Governance Group
Chair National Nurse Organisations Leaders group

 

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 LORRAINE HETARAKA,   Co Chair (Maori)

  QUALIFICATIONS: 
  RN, PG Dip (Nursing)

 

 

CURRENT ROLE: 
Nurse Leader, National Hauora Coalition

KEY PREVIOUS ROLES:
Director of Nursing - ProCare
Associate Director of Nursing Māori - Auckland District Health Board & The University of Auckland 

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

  • Primary Care
  • Workforce Development
  • Child Health
  • Māori Health and Inequitiy

Board Portfolio:
Co-Chair (Māori) 

 

NGAIRA.jpgNgaira Harker, Board member 

Qualifications:
Masters Health Science (Distinction) Nursing



Mihimihi:

Ka tangi te tītī
Ka tangi te kākā
Ka tangi hoki ahau

Ko Whakapunake te māunga Ko Wairoa te awa
Ko Takitimu te waka
Ko Mei Tipoki tōku tīpuna
Ko Ngati Kahungungu ki Wairoa tōku iwi
Ko Ngati Hine Hika tōku hapū
Ko Putahi tōku marae
Nō Wairoa ahau
Ko Raiha Harker rāua ko Brian Harker ōku mātua
Ko Ngaira Harker tōku ingoa

Nō reira, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa

Current Role:
Nurse Director Māori Health/Māori Health Leadership Team Te Puni Tūmatawhānui, Health Improvement and Equity Directorate, Hawke’s Bay District Health Board

Key Previous Roles:
Advisory Board Maori - Nursing Council New Zealand Advisory Board Ngā Manukura o Apopo

Areas Of Expertise:

  • Māori Workforce Development
  • Undergraduate Nursing Education

Board Portfolio:
Maori Workforce Development

 

Dr Aria Graham Dr Aria Graham, Board Member

Qualifications:
RN, PhD

 

 

Mihimihi:
Tui tui tui tuia. Ko Kahurānaki te maunga, Ko Ngaruroro te awa, ko Takitimu te waka, ko Tamatea-Arikinui te tangata. Ko Ngāti Hawea ko Ngāti Hori ngā hapū, ko Ngāti Kahungunu te iwi. Ko Waipatu te marae, nō Waipatu ahau. Nō Tokomaru Bay, nō Tufuiopa ki Samoa hoki ahau. Kia ora!

Current Role:
Researcher, Whakauae Research Services Māori Health and Development, postdoctoral application Mahi whānau, marae, hapū, iwi Māori; development and collaboration

Key Previous Roles:
Tamariki Ora Well Child – Kaupapa Māori Health providers, Gateway Health Assessment, HBDHB; Māori nursing and representation, Ngā Ringa Manaaki Kahungunu Māori Nurses’ Collective; nursing projects and education; Māori health workforce; cultural competency

Areas Of Expertise:

  • Tamariki and māmā Māori wellbeing
  • Wāhine Māori wellbeing
  • Whānau wellbeing

 

 

Liz Manning.png Liz Manning, Operations Manager

Qualifications:
RN, BN, PG Cert (Leadership in Health Practice), MPhil (Nursing), FCNA(NZ), PhD Candidate

 

Current Role:
Director/Owner of Kynance Consulting Ltd
Health Workforce Consultant/Project Manager/Supervisor

Key Previous Roles:
Project Manager, Future Workforce, DHBNZ
Associate Director of Nursing/Nurse Advisor, Professional Development,Waitemata DHB.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Career coaching, work-role transition
  • Clinical/professional supervision
  • Competence review
  • NP portfolio desk audit
  • Portfolio development and assessment/PDRP/recertification
  • Project management

Portfolio:
Portfolio Workshops
Endorsement Process (education)
Professional Supervision
e-Portfolio Administration

 

Areas of Interest