NetNZ Limited is the operational arm of NetNZ. NetNZ Charitable Trust is the sole owner of NetNZ Ltd.
Link to: NetNZ Limited Constitution
Board of Directors
The current Directors of NetNZ Limited are:
Madeline grew up in Central Otago, and has studied, lived and worked in Dunedin, Auckland, and now Hokitika, where she resides. She is the teacher in charge of visual arts, photography, and art history at Westland High School. She is a Specialist Classroom Teacher, coordinates induction and mentoring programmes for provisionally registered teachers, and leads in-house professional development related to future-focused education practices, teacher inquiry, and learning with digital technologies. Madeline is also involved on a national level with assessment and learning programme design, completing short contracts for NZQA and the Ministry of Education, and has recently been involved with a TLRI funded education research team. She is working towards a Masters in Teaching qualification through the University of Otago, focused on Knowledge Building theory and online collaborative learning. She won the 2014 inaugural national Virtual Learning Award for Enabling eLearning, for her work with distance teaching and knowledge building communities pedagogy.
Born in Northern Ireland, Michael Campbell has lived in Christchurch with his wife Mary (a midwife) since 1993. Before migrating to New Zealand, Michael worked in marketing roles for Winemark and Guinness. Michael was also a board member of the King George VI Trust. After 7 years with Corbans Wines in Christchurch, Michael moved to CPIT as a programme manager, piloting e-learning courses and helping develop the Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Since then Michael has been Deputy CEO for Addington Raceway and General Manager of Waipara Valley Winegrowers. Michael was Chairman of St Albans Educare Preschool for 7 years and has been a director of Canterbury United Football Club, Selling Innovation and Pearse and Delaney Wines. Michael has been the Innovation Manager at the New Zealand College of Early Childhood Education since 2008 where he looks after e-learning, ICT and new programme development. He is also National Treasurer of DEANZ, the organisation for open, flexible and distance education.