- About the Trust
- Our governance
Peter Jensen – MBA, CMInstD
Peter Jensen is the Board Chair, having joined the Board of Trustees in April 2018 and then assuming the role of Chair upon Bevan Killick's retirement later that year. Peter has previously held several high profile Chief Executive roles in complex businesses in the Construction, Insurance and Sports sector. Having chosen to step away from executive roles, he now focuses on governance and works with a number of organisations to assist with strategic planning and growth-focussed business advisory. Peter's current board roles include the Christchurch West Coast Air Rescue Trust, Miles Construction Ltd and the Hagley Group.
Tim Burns – BA, BCA
Tim Burns joined the board in 2016. He brings extensive governance and senior management experience in the health services, social services and the wider community voluntary sector. More recently he has served a term as a member of the Parole Board and is currently a lay member of the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal.
Nancy Ward – CMinstD, MBA, C.A.
Nancy Ward is an experienced director with over 30 years of diverse leadership expertise and experience including Chief Executive, Chief Financial Officer and consulting roles in not-for profit, State Owned Enterprise and Central/Local Government Authority. She has worked in sectors including community, education, tourism, social housing, conservation, IT and mining, in organisations with revenue from $3 million to $500 million and assets of up to $4.7 billion. Currently Nancy is a management consultant specialising in strategic and organisational review and development, financial management and business cases.
Tim Sissons - MBA, LLB, BA
Tim Sissons is an experienced Christchurch-based commercial solicitor with a background in management and business development, Tim has an MBA from John Hopkins University, USA a BA (Political Science and Classical History) and an LLB from the University of Canterbury. Tim holds governance roles on the Christchurch Diocesan Foundation and the NZ Metropolitan Trotting Club. He is currently a Managing Partner of Hill Lee & Scott. His professional experience includes working in product development and innovation at Walgreens Conshohocken, USA; consultant for Esportif International (NZ) Limited and Staff Solicitor/Associate for Saunders Robinson Brown, in Christchurch.
Steve Goldsworthy - Bcom, CA, GAICD
Steve Goldsworthy is Group Chief Finance Officer for St John of God Health Care. He was appointed December 2017. Steve has over 18 years’ experience in finance working in Australian and American listed multi-national companies, working in Australia and Canada. He has previously held senior finance roles at Austal Ltd, Cliffs Natural Resources and Schlumberger and is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Andrew Dickerson - BBS, MMgt, MInstD
Andrew has worked in hospitals and the health sector for 38 years, including 15 years (5 terms) on the Canterbury District Health Board and for eight years was the Chair of the Board Hospital Advisory Committee. He was also a member of the Quality, Finance, Audit & Risk Committee, Disability Support Services Committee, Community Health Committee and Facilities Planning Committee. As well as Andrew's background in the health sector, he also has Bachelor of Business Studies and Master of Management degrees and is a Member of the Institute of Directors (MInstD). Andrew has served on many not-for-profit boards and has previously been the Chief Executive of Age Concern Canterbury. He was a founding Trustee of the Māia Health Foundation, which raised tens of millions of dollars to help Canterbury health services recover from the 2010/11 earthquakes. He is also a Trustee (and previously Chair) of a research and education trust at the University of Otago.