HRH Prince of Wales
In accepting the role of Trust Patron the former HRH Prince of Wales conveyed his belief that the individuals who are out on the water, catching fish, need to be at the heart of our movement and need support and encouragement from those around them.
Bill has extensive experience in international law, diplomacy, and public administration.
He spent 30 years in the New Zealand Public Service, became head of MFAT's Legal Division, served twice at the United Nations and represented New Zealand at international law forums. From 1990-97 he headed the Department of Conservation. Bill facilitates the process to develop the New Zealand National Plan of Action for Seabirds (NPOA-S).
Janice has convened the Southern Seabirds Trust since its inception in 2006.
Janice enjoys finding common ground between different groups of people and collaborating to create environmental change.
Until 2005, she was employed by the New Zealand Department of Conservation, and it was during this time that she and others established the Trust, with the knowledge that ultimately fishers hold the key to solving seabird bycatch.
Janice likes hiking, mountain biking and growing things.
Amy is a talented professional with 20 years of experience in her field.
With a passion for growth and a proven track record, Amy brings a fresh perspective and valuable skills to the table.
Throughout her career, Amy has had to be adaptable and has gained valuable experience and honed her skills in previous roles. She has a keen eye for detail, a collaborative approach, and a drive to achieve results.
Amy has a passion for working with not-for-profits and helping those who don't have a voice be it humans, animals, or ecosystems.
Outside of work, you will find Amy hitting the gym or hanging out with her 3 children.
Fitness and healthy living are key to success in life.