Meet our board
Meet the New Zealand Post Group board.
Hon Sir Michael Cullen MA, PhD
Before joining the Post Board, Dr Michael Cullen was a Member of Parliament. His political career spanned
three decades, much of it in government. During that time he held a number of portfolios, and in particular was the Minister of Finance, and Attorney-General, and was Deputy Prime Minister for 6 years. Dr Cullen was also responsible for Treaty of Waitangi negotiations and the introduction of KiwiSaver.
Prior to entering politics, Dr Cullen gained a Ph.D. in Social and Economic History from the University of Edinburgh. From 1971 to 1981, he was a lecturer at Otago University and was also a Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University from 1975 to 1976.
Murray Gribben, BA (Hons), MBA
Murray Gribben has more than 20 years experience within the finance sector, in investment banking and investment management. His background includes financial services both in New Zealand and overseas. He has held a variety of senior roles and is currently an executive Director of Willis Bond & Co, a property development and investment company.
Murray has also previously held a number of governance positions including Chair of AMP NZ Office Trust and directorships of Zeacom Limited, CS Limited, Donaghys Limited and Summerset Group Holdings Limited. He is currently a director of Ruapehu Alpine Lifts Limited and Kiwibank Limited.
Carol Campbell, BCom, CA
Carol Campbell brings 30 years of financial experience with a background as a Chartered Accountant. She was previously a Partner at Ernst and Young for over 25 years and National Director for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award programme.
Carol is Director of The Business Advisory Group Ltd and holds Directorships in a number of other companies, including Turners and Growers Limited, Hick Bros Civil Construction Limited, Woodford Properties Limited, Bravestar Films Limited and CMS Alphatech Limited. She is also a Trustee of Ronald McDonald House Charities NZ.
Alan Dunn is a Director of Burger Fuel Worldwide Limited and Greenstone Energy Limited. Until 2007, he spent 30 years with McDonald’s, holding senior international appointments including Chairman and CEO of McDonald’s New Zealand, Vice-President Operations at McDonald’s head office in Chicago, and regional Vice-President and Managing Director of McDonald’s Nordic region based in Sweden.
In addition to his strong business background, he has contributed to a variety of community and education organisations, including Chairman of the Clean Up NZ Trust, the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Foundation, the AUT School of Hotel and Restaurant Studies Advisory Committee and the AUT Maori Scholarship Committee, and as a Trustee of Ronald McDonald House Charities. In 2001 he chaired the Government Task Force on Business Compliance Cost.
Philippa (Pip) Dunphy, B.Hort.Sci, CFA
Pip Dunphy is a Board Member of ACC and Mint Asset Management and a Selection Committee Member for the NZ Super Fund.
She was previously Executive Director, Investment Banking and Head of Debt Capital for Goldman Sachs
JB Were and Head of Capital and Risk Management, Wholesale Financial Services at the Bank of New Zealand. She has also served on the Board of the Earthquake Commission.
Temuera Hall (Te Arawa, Ngati Tuwharetoa) has more than 15 years investment and asset management experience with the Taupo Moana Group, and for the past 10 years has been its Managing Director.
Temuera is also a director of Rangunui Partnership Ltd, interim Chairman of Unimar Limited, Chairman and executive member of the Federation of Maori Authorities representing Ngati Tuwharetoa. Temuera is also a member of the Institute of Financial Advisors and Institute of Directors.
Richard Ian Leggat, BSc
Richard brings 30 years experience across manufacturing, sales and marketing, governance and financial management in a range of industries, with a particular focus on investment advice to institutional clients – most recently for UBS NZ. Richard currently works part time in a sales and marketing role for a Christchurch based ecommerce company – Estar Online.
Richard is a Director of Tourism NZ, Chair of BikeNZ, Director of Trophy Metropolitan, and the current Chair and founding member of the Eating Disorder Association of NZ.
Jacqueline (Jackie) Lloyd, BA, BCom
Jackie Lloyd has an extensive background in public and private sector organisations and is currently an independent member of the Wellington Regional Strategy Committee, a member and secretary of the Plunket Car Seat Rental Scheme Management Team for the Wellington/Wairarapa region, and a business advisor and mentor.
Jackie has a strong background in human resources, serving as Global Human Resources Director for the New Zealand Dairy Board and NZMP Fonterra, and as a consultant and New Zealand Country Manager with the large international human resources consulting company, US-based Hewitt Associates. She was Managing Principal Gallup New Zealand, a behavioural economics consulting company part of The Gallup Organisation, from 2007 to 2010.
David Willis is a company director and business advisor with nearly 30 years experience including in accountancy, mergers and acquisitions, banking and technology.
David began as an accountant and lived in a number of countries while working in Ernst and Young’s overseas offices. His roles since have included Chief Executive and senior executive positions with several financial services companies including Lloyds Bank, HBOS Australia and Westpac. David also spent six years with Southpac Corporation, a subsidiary of the National Bank of New Zealand, doing mergers and acquisitions work.
David currently has a portfolio of interests including charity work, company directorships with Bank of Queensland and CBH, Australia’s largest grain producer and exporter. He is also an advisor to Bain & Company, Ernst & Young and Gen-i.