New Zealand Business Manager
I was always destined to be involved in construction projects in some shape or form. As the daughter of a builder/project manager, I grew up around building sites, scaffolding and diggers (before the much improved safety standards we now have) and always enjoyed the excitement of watching a project grow from planning stage through to completion.
I really enjoy the culture we have at Pacifecon. People are always top of mind, whether it’s our clients and business contacts, our colleagues, or friends and family. I love change and development and am always looking at ways to improve, however, none of that can be done without the right people and we are lucky at Pacifecon to have talent by the bucket-loads.
When not working or spending time with my family and friends, I’m a competitive waka ama paddler, often found paddling off Takapuna beach or on Lake Pupuke. I also try to squeeze in some time to do laps at the pool or gym workouts at AUT Millennium to help balance out my obsession with chocolate.
My most favourite proverb:
He aha te mea nui o te ao?
What is the most important thing in the world?
He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
It is the people, it is the people, it is the people.