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New Members To Tuanz Board

3 August 2001

New Members To Tuanz Board

Two new members were elected to the Board of TUANZ at the Annual General Meeting yesterday.

Merv Altments is Corporate Services Manager with the Christchurch City Council where he is closely involved with telecommunications procurement and eCouncil. He has worked previously with Telecom and UEB Industries.

Nicola Jamieson is General Manager, Education and Business Development with the Auckland College of Education. She has previously held marketing roles with Shortland Publications and Carter Holt Harvey. She has been involved for some time with the work of TUANZ among primary and secondary schools.

A full complement of eleven Board members was voted in. The Board will serve under Chairman Judith Speight and will elect the other officers from amongst its number at its first meeting. The full board is:

Judith Speight, Voice Edge Ltd - Chairman
Merv Altments, Christchurch City Council
Greg Dyer, ANZ Bank
Ian Gwilt, Wanganui Polytechnic
Jane Hindle, Consultant
Nicola Jamieson, Auckland College of Education
Mark Jeffries, Simpson Grierson Law
Rohan Mendis, NZ Police
Graeme Osborne, Statistics New Zealand
Bill Smith, Consultel Associates
Dob Wallace, Don Wallace & Associates

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