Peter brings a wealth of experience (at CEO and Board level) across a range of sectors. Peter has held CEO roles at the YMCA, Independent Living Services, Franchise Association of NZ, NZ Squash and Northland Rugby Union.
He is currently Chair of Osteoporosis NZ, Chair of CANGO (Alliance of Cancer NGO’s), member of the Te Aho o Te Kahu Haematology Leadership Group, the National Child Cancer Network and has previously served on the Boards of Cerebral Palsy NZ (life member), NZ Recreation Association, Manawanui and NZ Federation of Disability Information Centres.
Sophie has been the LBC Finance Manager for over 14 years and in that time has helped implement a range of new financial systems and processes to ensure the organisation’s finances continue to run smoothly and successfully.
As a chartered accountant, Sophie is responsible for managing all financial aspects of LBC including funding management, strategic planning, budgeting, forecasting, risk management, taxation, accounting and payroll management, Prior to working for LBC Sophie worked in a similar finance and accounting role at Microsoft New Zealand.
Emma has a background in psychology and business management with several years’ experience in clinical and operational management within not-for-profits. Emma has previously specialised in clinical service and team management in the mental health arena and before that worked as a Psychologist in London, and has specialised in anxiety and depression prevention programmes for youth. Emma has been with LBC for over 5 years and believes strongly in building support and resilience for patients, their family and carers, as well as for the health professionals involved.
Annabel joined LBC in 2014 in a new role to develop and strengthen business partnerships and sponsorships as well as working on new fundraising and philanthropic opportunities. She is also responsible for Trust funding.
Annabel has both law and marketing qualifications from The University of Auckland. She worked for many years in the hospitality and tourism sector, including management roles with Air New Zealand and Sheraton Hotels in New Zealand, Australia and China before moving to the not-for-profit profession.
Faye has recently joined LBC with over 15 years of fundraising, marketing and communications experience in the not-for-profit sector. She’s responsible for driving sustainable growth and brand profile for LBC through fundraising (including Shave for a Cure and the Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge), donor development, marketing and communications.
Faye started her not-for-profit career in London before moving to New Zealand in 2009 and has spent much of this time in healthcare including senior roles with NZ Breast Cancer Foundation, ChildFund and Southern Cross Health Society.