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Jenny Ang IPENZ Director - Operations


Jenny Ang IPENZ Director - Operations

Jenny Ang has been appointed the Director–Operations for the Institution of Professional Engineers (IPENZ).

This role supports the infrastructure of the organization and enhances its ability to meet the needs of the IPENZ members. Specifically her role is to manage service relationships with IPENZ subsidiary organisations such as technical interest groups, plus manage the operational and administrative systems of IPENZ in respect of governance, membership administration, human resources, compliance activities, office infrastructure, information technology, finances and service contracts.

Prior to joining IPENZ Jenny worked as a contractor in the areas of financial and management accounting, internal and external audit, assurance and risk management and information technology.

Jenny believes this experience has given her a strong appreciation of the principles that would ensure the success of a membership organization such as IPENZ. She was born in Malaysia but has lived in New Zealand for the last 30 years, completing her education at the University of Canterbury.

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