Jane Wrightson was appointed as Retirement Commissioner and head of the Commission for Financial Capability in 2020, after a long career in the media industry. She is a former chief executive of public media funder NZ On Air, and was a regulator for the Broadcasting Standards Authority, and screen industry advocacy body SPADA.
Jane also spent the first decade of her career working in various roles at TVNZ. She is a governor of RNZ and a former director of several national sporting and media entities. Jane is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors and holds an MBA with distinction, and a BA in literature.
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.