Jackie is an independent director. She was appointed as a Trustee of the Wellington Museums Trust in July 2011 and Chair in January 2016. Jackie’s other governance roles include Deputy Chair of New Zealand Post Group, Director of Naylor Love Enterprises and AgResearch, Trustee of The Lion Foundation and member of the National Council of the Institute of Directors in NZ (Inc).
Prior to her focus on governance, she served as global human resources director for the New Zealand Dairy Board and NZMP Fonterra, and subsequently as a consultant and New Zealand country manager for Hewitt Associates and The Gallup Organization. Jackie has a BA in Psychology and a BCom in Marketing and Manpower, is a member of Global Women and a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors.
Peter is Chair of Partners at Rainey Collins Lawyers and heads their Maori Legal Issues team.
His other current roles include Chair of the NZ Riding for the Disabled Association Perpetual Members Trust, Trustee of the Henwood Trust, Board Member of the NZ Riding for the Disabled Association and Advisory Trustee to a Maori land block. Peter is also an external Specialist Advisor and Legal Aid Auditor to the Ministry of Justice.
Of Ngati Porou descent Peter is a former Chairman of Te Awe Wellington Maori Business Network. In this role he worked closely with regional and national business networks.
Peter is a cultural consultant of Te Atiawa and Taranaki Iwi descent. He helps organisations to fulfil their Treaty of Waitangi obligations. He has a Bachelor of Commerce & Administration from Victoria University of Wellington. A background in IT, property investment and small business ownership has provided him with a solid understanding of the mechanics of organisational success. Peter is a director on a number of iwi and community boards which include the Wellington Tenths Trust, Adult Community Education Aotearoa and Early Childhood New Zealand.
Senior Management and Executive Office
Dr Sarah Rusholme
Director Children & Young People
Director City Gallery Wellington
Director Museums Wellington
Buildings Manager and H&S Coordinator
Michelle Cheriton - on maternity leave
Manager People & Capability
Manager People & Capability
Louise has a background in private sector and community organisations where she has held general management, marketing, customer service and human resource roles. Her entire career has been in membership and customer service focused organisations. Louise has a Masters of Human Resources and Organisational Development from Southern Cross University, Australia.
Louise is passionate about building planned and systematic approaches to improving organisational effectiveness, primarily through people, services and systems. She is committed to creating diverse, healthy and safe working environments.
Jo is a natural organiser with strong attention to detail, a strategic thinker and a trusted advisor. She enjoys writing and editing documents, and has a strong interest in communications and public relations.
Jo has a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English & Media Studies, as well as a Certificate of Performing Arts. Her background combines an interesting mix of the corporate with the creative. She has worked in senior executive support roles for CEO’s, Boards, General Managers, and Managing Editors, and in technical production and event management roles across Wellington, London, and Dublin. Some of the organisations she has worked for include Presbyterian Support, Multi-Media Systems, Daily Mail, Freud Communications, and Tourism New Zealand.
Jo enjoys bringing people together, finding logical solutions, and is thrilled to be working in a creative environment again!
Assistant Support Manager
Marta has over 15 years’ experience in administration, customer service and sales, gained here in New Zealand and during her 11 year stay in the UK, where among other companies she worked at Bosch and Dell.
Her role at Experience Wellington as Assistant Support Manager enables her to feel part of all the teams across the organisation. Marta is originally from Spain, where she completed her studies in history and archaeology.
Clyde, a provisional member of Chartered Institute of Accountants Australia and New Zealand joins the Wellington Museums Trust after working in various accounting roles across Central Government, Local Government and the not-for-profit sectors. He has experience in Management Accounting, Financial Transactions and Corporate Finance and holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration in Accounting, Post-Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting and a Master in Applied Finance.
Clyde is passionate about people, personal development and professional development. He is currently pursuing his Chartered Accountant designation.