Anne Bateman, MSW, MPA
Anne has had various roles, including executive management, governance, development, planning and funding, quality improvement and clinical practice. Her specialities are strategic planning, business planning, system building, innovation, organisational development, evaluation and continuous quality improvement.
She holds a Master of Science in Social Work, a Master of Public Administration (similar to MBA) and completed the Stanford Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders (EPNL).
Having been a member of various governance bodies, including Trust Boards, Board of Directors for social enterprise, Chair of a Collective Impact organisation, as well as reporting to boards for many years, Anne brings a wealth and variety of experience in working with governance. In addition, she has led significant development in NGOs to increase the growth trajectory and value/ impact for stakeholders.
She is certified in Six Sigma and a Prince 2 Practitioner with active membership in the Institute of Directors (MinstD).
Anne began her career as a clinician and has spent the last 15 years working at a systems level in various levels of government as well as NGOs. She is originally from the United States and moved to New Zealand in 2010.
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