All meetings are held at TA445, boardroom, commencing at 3pm. Public are welcome to attendMeeting dates for 2013 are:
Tasman Bays Heritage Trust is a charitable trust, registered with the NZ Charities Commission. The Trust was established in 2000 to administer the Nelson Provincial Museum Pupuri Taonga o Te Tai Ao as a regional heritage facility, on behalf of Tasman District Council and Nelson City Council [Deed of Trust 2000]. The Trust is a council-controlled organisation with statutory obligations under the Local Government Act, 2002. Council stakeholding is structured as a 50:50 alliance. The Trust is bound by foundation contracts [Memorandum of Understanding 2000, 2009]. The Trust has a partnership with Mana Whenua o Whakatu, Motueka and Mohua. [Memorandum of Understanding 2007, 2010].
General Manager and Director of Bowater Motors Group. Former South Island Manager Air New Zealand with many years in retail travel and airline industries. Director, Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce; Member, Institute of Directors. Commenced TBHT March 2009.
Aaron Brown is the Director of Extraordinary Projects, a consultancy based in Wellington, New Zealand that provides access to research, interpretation, and concept development for commercial and non-commercial organisations globally. He is currently contracted as Head of Research by New Zealand Post and leads a number of cultural and historical initiatives each year, as capacity permits. Commenced TBHT April 2013.
An experienced trustee/director of various not for profit and profit based organisations based in Te Tau Ihu (Top of the South Island), Olivia attended Toihoukura Maori Art and Design School, has a Bachelor of Arts in Māori and a Masters of Business Administration. Her whakapapa includes Ngāti Rārua, Rangitane and Ngāti Kuia. Commenced TBHT November 2012.
(LLB Hons;B Com).Trustee of Brook Waimarama Sanctuary. Director of Tourism Nelson Tasman Ltd (Nelson Tasman Tourism) and several private companies. Member of NZ Institute of Directors. Formerly Company Secretary of Sealord Group Ltd for 19 years. Commenced TBHT March 2012.
Currently Chair, Upper South A Health and Disability Ethics Committee, trustee Health Action Trust, executive member Nelson Branch National Council of Women. Recently Deputy Chair, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board and the Canterbury Community Trust. Previously worked as manager and lecturer in Public Health and Housing. Commenced TBHT April 2009 and currently Deputy Chair and Chair of Audit and Risk Management Committee.
Retired following a career involving the dairy manufacturing sector in New Zealand then within the NZ Dairy Board leading operations resident in the Middle East and S.E. Asia. Later dairy related activities in Africa (FAO) and China. Finally serviced with a dominant multi-national in infant and clinical foods involved in the management of business development, and project activities, also country and regional governance in the Asia-Pacific region. Currently Deputy Chair of Sport Tasman. Commenced TBHT March 2012.
BA (Canterbury) history and sociology. Historian, author and researcher. Former local body representative Motueka Borough Council and Tasman District Council (18 years in total). Long-term member Motueka and Districts Museum Trust. Currently member Motueka Arts Council and New Zealand Society of Genealogists. Inaugural Chairperson of Tasman Bays Heritage Trust 2000 - 2007.
Business Consultant; Professional Trustee; Company Director; Past Chairman Nelson/ Marlborough branch of New Zealand Society of Accountants; Chartered Secretary. Foundation Trustee of Tasman Bays Heritage Trust served for eight years 2000-2008. Chairman 2007-08.
Geologist / researcher / historian and author of four regional histories and over 50 scientific papers. Life member and former president of Nelson Historical Society and is Convenor of the Geological Society of New Zealand's Historical Studies Group. Served as a Trustee of Nelson Provincial Museum for thirty years. Foundation Trustee 2000-2009.