QSM, FCA (retired), Dip BS (information Systems)
A past Board member of Presbyterian Support East Coast (2002-2013), Kerry has extensive experience in management and governance in the non-profit sector following 30 years teaching and management at Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) and in the wider tertiary education sector.
Kerry is an elder at St Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Napier and has recently been appointed to the Board of the Napier Family Centre. Kerry is also a trustee of the Otatara Trust (supporting tertiary education in Hawke’s Bay) and the Napier RSA’s Centenary Legacy Trust (assisting youth careers in the health and social sector).
Kerry has had a lifetime interest in pipe bands and was awarded the Queen’s Service Medal in 2011 for his contribution to pipe bands.
Maitland has been the PSEC Board Chair since 2012. He was appointed to the PSEC Board in 2009 by the then Hawke's Bay Presbytery representing Central Hawke's Bay. Maitland currently serves as Chair for Presbyterian Support NZ and has done since 2013 and Chair of Family Works NZ since 2015.
He is a member of the Waipawa St John's co-operating parish, a lay preacher, Communion celebrant, funeral celebrant, member of Central Presbytery (formerly HB Presbytery) since 1996.
Former four-term councilor for the Central Hawke's Bay District Council (2004/2016) Maitland's other appointments include:
Peter was a practicing chartered accountant and managing director of Barnes Mossman Ltd Chartered Accountants in Hastings and Waipawa. He is a Life Member of the HB Chamber of Commerce, works on a voluntary basis as a Justice of the Peace and is President of the HB Justice of the Peace Association. Currently Peter is a Director of Stonewood Homes HB and works as an advisor to a number of Stonewood Homes franchises in New Zealand.
Peter was elected to the PSEC Board in 2008, and elected Deputy Chair in 2016.
Frane is the central region's Senior Advisor to the High and Complex Needs Unit at the Ministry of Social Development. He has a strong background in social work, particularly in developing Maori models of social work practice. He was the chairperson for Parentline HB Inc for seven years until it merged and became a division of Family Works PSEC and was made Deputy Chair of the Cranford Hospice Board in 2014.
Frane has volunteered at Hawke's Bay Regional Prison within the 'Whare Tirohanga Maori Focus' unit for 17 years.
Frane was elected to the PSEC Board in 2009.
Colleen resides in Gisborne and is a member of St Andrews Presbyterian Parish. She currently assists her husband with Online Sports Tours taking a variety of athletes overseas to participate in international competitions.
Colleen currently serves on the Art in Public Places Committee, Poverty Bay Golf Club and is a volunteer reader for the blind.
Colleen was appointed to the Board by Presbytery in 2012.
Stuart is a Director of Staples Rodway Hawke's Bay Ltd, a firm he has worked for as an audit specialist for the past 32 years. He also holds several other directorships and is a member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors. Stuart acts for several charitable trusts in trustee and/or secretarial capacities, giving him wide experience in corporate governance practices. Mr Signal has been an independent member of PSEC’s Board Audit and Risk Committee for many years.
Stuart was co-opted to the Board in 2013 and elected in 2014.
David is a partner in the legal firm McDonald Brummer and has practised law in Hastings since 1976. He has been a member of the Lions Club of Hastings Host since 1978 and served as District Governor of Lions District 202M in 2013-14 and as Chairperson of the Multiple District 202 Lions Council of Governors in 2014-15.
David is a member of St Columba’s Presbyterian Parish in Havelock North and is currently the Chair of St Columba’s Board of Managers. David was appointed by Presbytery Central to the Board of PSEC in 2015.
Tobias is a Hawke's Bay Financial Adviser and also Head of Wealth Management for AdviceFirst. AdviceFirst is a nationwide financial services firm and is part of the AMP (NZ) group of businesses.
Born and educated in Hawke's Bay, Tobias has worked in financial services and banking since 1999 both in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, before returning to Hawke’s Bay in 2007. Tobias is married to Jane and has three school-aged children.
Tobias has sat on a number of industry-related committees, is an ex-deputy chair of the local branch of the Institute of Financial Advisers (IFA) and has served on local schools boards of trustees.
Tobias was elected to the PSEC Board in October 2016
Julie’s career in the health sector spanned over 40 years. After 30 years of physiotherapy practice in both the private and public sector, Julie moved to a business support role within the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (HBDHB). This role included managing the contractual relationship with the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC). Julie represented the Hawke's Bay District Health Board on two national District Health Board committees.
Now retired, Julie is rostered to provide JP services at a service centre, is a volunteer at a local school helping year one pupils with reading and is a volunteer at the Globe theatrette in Ahuriri.
Julie was elected to the PSEC Board in October 2016.
Alison is a mother of three children living in rural Hawke’s Bay where she runs a farming and grape growing business with her husband. She is also currently employed as the Welfare Manager for Hawke’s Bay Civil Defence Emergency Management Group and a current board member of Plunket.
Alison was elected to the PSEC Board in October 2016.