Keryn was previously the leader of Te Aho Waihanga | Design Solutions at CORE Education, Tātai Aho Rau and a member of the organisation’s leadership team. She has significant experience in professional learning, advocacy, thought leadership and design of innovative solutions.
ADNZ Board Chair, Julie-Ann Ross said that Keryn’s wealth of management experience and leadership at a senior level will be highly valuable to the organisation.
“Keryn joins us at a time of change and growth in both the design and construction sector and more widely in our commercial environment. With that change come associated challenges that will require thoughtful leadership and advocacy. In addition, the pressures of COVID-19 on the construction sector and supply chain are widely known and our organisation has a role to play in assisting members to manage these challenges and position themselves well for the future. We look forward to the leadership that Keryn will bring at this time,” said Julie-Ann.
Keryn commenced her role in the National Office on Monday 27 June.