AuSAE Board & Constitution
Lyn McMorran, CAE
Lyn McMorran is the Executive Director of the Financial Services Federation, the industry body representing responsible and ethical finance and leasing providers in New Zealand (www.fsf.org.nz). The FSF’s members and affiliates provide first-class financing, leasing, and credit-related insurance products and services to over 2 million New Zealand consumers and businesses. The FSF’s affiliate members include internationally recognised legal and consulting partners.
Prior to joining the FSF in 2012, Lyn was Area Manager for Westpac’s Private Bank in the Lower North and South Islands. In that role Lyn ran a team of Private Advisers and support staff providing comprehensive financial planning advice to portfolios of private banking clients. A Certified Financial Planner, Lyn is a Commission member of the Insurance & Financial Services Ombudsman scheme, a member of the Investment Committee of the NZ National Council of Women, a Chartered Member of the NZ Institute of Directors, a Fellow of the Financial Advisers Association of New Zealand and past President and Director of the Institute of Financial Advisers of New Zealand.
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John Winter, CAE
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Craig Young, CAE
Craig is passionate about the digital technology and communications industry because of the opportunity it offers for improving business and personal lives in New Zealand. He is currently the Chief Executive of TUANZ (the Technology Users Association) which is helping New Zealand make the most of the digitally connected world. TUANZ is an independent member based organisation representing users of tech which educates and advocates for the uptake of digital technology and the improvement of communication services across NZ including rural and regional areas. Over more than 35 years TUANZ has a proud reputation of providing leadership in representing the views and needs of the people and businesses that rely on technology every day. In 2021 TUANZ partnered with MBIE in developing the Digital Boost Alliance, and in his role as CEO, Craig is responsible for leading the work that promotes and manages the operations of the Alliance.
Craig is an advocate for inclusivity, and equity especially in the digital technology sector in Aotearoa New Zealand. He was instrumental in the launch of TUANZ’s future leaders programme, FLINT, in 2016. He is the joint Chair of the Affordable Connectivity Constellation with the Digital Equity Coalition Aotearoa, and a trustee at the 2020 Trust.
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Elise is the current CEO of the NZ School Trustees Association. Prior to this role she was interim CEO for the NZ Veterinary Association. Her career spans 30 years in the public and private sector including five years in Association leadership roles. Past roles have included project management, corporate and operations management at both a regional and national level.
Elise holds qualifications in project and programme management, strategic human resources as well as a Masters in Business Administration.
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Holly Morchat Stanko, CAE
As General Manager for the Association of Consulting and Engineering New Zealand, Holly oversees operations of the Association along with a few key areas of focus including conferencing, events, website, communications and strategic partnerships. As a graduate of Texas A&M University and Victoria University of Wellington, Holly arrived in New Zealand in 2012 as a part of the Rotary Ambassadorial Programme and has been working with ACENZ since 2012.
Actively involved in AuSAE New Zealand and the LINC conference committee, Holly enjoys learning from other associations in the membership throughout New Zealand and Australia.
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Paul commenced his role as Executive Director for Business Sydney in September 2021. Prior to Business Sydney, Paul was Director for the Business Leaders Council, Membership and Events for the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) for seven years.
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Peter is currently CEO of The Mathematical Association of Victoria (MAV). MAV promotes mathematics education and the importance of mathematics to society. MAV has over 1400 members from all sectors of education in Victoria and provides benefits to a growing network of over 13,500 mathematics educators. Members include individuals, schools, universities and other institutions, and MAV’s services are provided to teachers, students and the wider STEM community. Peter has led change across the association, and is working towards creating a more sustainable business model of diverse revenue streams. Peter led the development and implementation of a new strategic plan to improve membership services, advocacy, partnerships, governance and operational performance. Significance increases in revenue and profit as well as impact to the sector have been achieved.
Peter has previous NFP Board experience with the Australian Publishers Association (APA) where he focused on advocacy and industry awards development. He is also current Vice President of the Council of Professional Teachers Associations of Victoria (CPTAV).Peter is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
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