Our Chief Executive is appointed by the NZHP Board and is one of six members of the Executive Leadership Team.
These people are responsible for:
Steve provides overall operational and strategic leadership to NZ Health Partnerships.
His previous General Manager roles at the company include driving our strategy and organisational performance, as well our People and Communications teams.
Steve has a consulting and communications background and has previously been Managing Director of two organisations whose clients included Fonterra, Mighty River Power, Southern Cross Healthcare and Foodstuffs NZ.
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Grant is responsible for producing our disclosure documents and reports.
Grant is an experienced executive and has held senior leadership roles as CFO, CEO, Independent Director, Advisor and Banker within various organisations including Masonic Villages & Masonic Care, Ultimate Care Group, Wilson Hellaby and ANZ.
He brings sound people and commercial judgement, understanding value drivers for boards, shareholders and banks; and a strong awareness of managing financial and reputation risk.
Jakkie oversees the FPIM Programme, responsible for delivery of the National Technology Solution programme, high-level design of the National Catalogue and the FPIM Service.
With 30 years’ experience delivering transformation through people and technology, Jakkie has managed and delivered multi-million dollar global programmes of work across South Africa and New Zealand.
Prior to joining NZHP, Jakkie was responsible for several of Fonterra’s transformational programmes working in highly regulated environments.
Rod Treadwell oversees the National Procurement Service. Rod brings more than 20 years’ of commercial and procurement experience, predominantly in the health, energy, IT and telecommunications industries. He brings exceptional skills in procurement strategy development, sourcing and category management, and people leadership.
Rod joined New Zealand Health Partnerships in October 2020. Prior to this he was the Executive Director of Procurement for HealthShare, which manages the New South Wales health spend covering medical consumables, pharmaceuticals and equipment, ICT, and corporate spend.
Julie leads our People and Engagement team, which focuses on organisational culture, development and performance, human resources and communications and engagement.
Julie's passion for people and businesses living their true potential has led to a multi-faceted career as an executive coach, a leadership and change consultant, and an advocate for holistic employee wellbeing.
As a qualified Coach with degrees in Economics and Organisational Psychology, Julie combines evidenced based knowledge with years of practical experience to drive organisational change and build fit for purpose cultures and world class employee experience. Known in NZ for her work in leadership and transformation, she is committed to ongoing learning and development to ensure best of class thinking in her field.
Julie has worked with large, complex organisations including BNZ, Vodafone and Watercare as well as trained leaders through Global Woman and the Trans Tasman Business Circle to untap human potential and enable high performance in their organisations.
Angela is responsible driving operational efficiencies in order to better deliver value to our shareholders and customers, working closely with the senior leadership team.
Previously as NZ Health Partnership's Strategic Delivery Manager, she introduced management tools to improve performance against annual targets by 25%.
With over 20 years’ experience covering process improvement, planning and senior administration; Angela has a diverse background in a range of both private and public sector roles.
Hayley is responsible for cultivating and maintaining relationships. She champions and manages projects and programmes to support the health sector, supporting the development of new services.
She brings more than 20 years of management, transformation and leadership experience in procurement and supply chain from financial services and consumer goods industries.