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New Chief Executive for Graeme Dingle Foundation

New Chief Executive for Graeme Dingle Foundation

The Graeme Dingle Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Jenny Stiles as CEO, commencing April 24th.

Jenny will lead the Graeme Dingle Foundation team in its goal to shape a future growth path that will allow more children and young people to access the Foundation’s programmes - Kiwi Can, Stars, Project K, Career Navigator and MYND.

Jenny commented that ‘the vision of transforming young lives and playing such a critical role with young people in this country is both extremely exciting and challenging. The Graeme Dingle Foundation has always been close to my heart, and my own personal values.”

Jenny is no stranger to the organisation, as she was the Fundraising and Marketing Manager in 2010/11 before going on to become a Board member in 2015. She understands the organisation and the difference it makes to young lives and sees a real opportunity to make this more widely understood.

Jenny brings a strong commercial skill-set to this role having worked with many of New Zealand’s top companies over a career that has spanned marketing, research and insights, business strategy and planning.

Her past roles include senior research roles for CM Research, McDonald’s and Nielsen, Planning Director at advertising agency DDB and Marketing Director for APN (now NZME) Fairfax Media and Marketing Director, then Executive Director for News Works NZ.

Jenny has a BA in Political Studies & History and a Diploma in Business.

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