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dalE BailEy Dale Bailey is the Counties-Manukau regional manager for Career Services rapuara. He has a Masters degree in Geography, a Masters degree in Public Management and a teaching diploma.He has had a career in secondary education and has worked for the Education Review Office. Dale has been widely involved in the governance of heritage and arts organisations and was the founding chairperson of the Te Manawa Museums Trust in Palmerston North. Dale is an honorary life member of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust and in 1994 was awarded a Nuffield Commonwealth fellowship to the Commonwealth Institute in London. TimOThy haNNah Timothy Hannah is an economist and former Foreign Affairs and Trade official. He has represented New Zealand widely overseas and served as Executive Director of the APEC Secretariat. He is trained in public/private sector management and company directing (Institute of Directors). Since retirement he has assisted with the governance and structural review of the Auckland Philharmonia and development of Victoria University. JOhN mCiNTyrE John McIntyre has a background in the service industry where he has had an extensive career in the travel industry sector, principally in the fields of airline sales, marketing, operations and corporate key account management. He has a strong interest in history and heritage and has participated in the strategic development of the University of Auckland Business School special Business History Project. He is currently a freelance marketing consultant and is also a volunteer guide for the Museum. JudiTh mCkay Judith McKay is General Manager Finance & Resources at Auckland University of Technology (AUT). She has degrees in economics and commerce and is a chartered accountant. Judith has been with AUT since 1994 where she has responsibility for the university financial and property portfolios. Judith previously held various senior finance and administration roles for a trans-Tasman shipping company and several and a COBOL programmer. Judith has a keen interest in sports administration and is a Board member of the NZ Academy of Sport. wENdy mCphail Wendy McPhail holds post-graduate qualifications in business administration and has 20 years sales and marketing experience in senior management and professional consulting services. In 1992, she established in New Zealand the highly successful leadership development organisation Covey Leadership Centre where she worked with organisations throughout Asia Pacific. This work subsequently led to her interest private and public sector and not-for-profit organisations on their ability to be positioned effectively in a world of accelerating change. daNNy Tumahai Te Puna (Danny) Tumahai is a nationally recognised kaumatua (elder) of Ngati Whatua o Orakei and chair of their Kaumatua Council.From 1996 to 2007 he was chair of the Museums legislated Maori Advisory Committee Taumata-a-Iwi (comprising NgatiWhatua,Tainui and Ngati Paoa).This year he replaced the late Sir Hugh Kawharu as the Taumatas second appointee to the Museum Trust Board,carrying overall responsibility for alignment of Maori advises the Departments of Courts,Corrections and Education.He serves on theThe Edge (AucklandCity Councils Arts Board),the Orakei Reserves Board and National Maritime MuseumTrust.In addition,he constantly fulfils Ngati Whatua civic duties in partnership with the Mayor of Auckland. Barry TurlEy Barry Turley is a retired chartered accountant.For many years, he held senior managerial roles within the industrial groups of Feltex NZ Limited. In 1996, he retired as CEO of Transportation Auckland Corporation Ltd (Yellow Bus Company). He was a member of the Divestment Unit established to prepare a plan on the Auckland Regional Services Trusts sale of interests in Transportation Auckland Corporation. Barry is a past chairman of the Trust Board (1997-1999) and chaired the project committee for the Stage II Grand Atrium development.