Welcome to Sarah Wilson – Rod Donald Trust representative on the Te Ahu Pātiki Board

The Te Ahu Pātiki Charitable Trust has just completed its first recruitment drive to expand its Board. Congratulations to Sarah Wilson who will now fill the role of the second Rod Donald Trust appointed Trustee on the Board, taking the place of Maureen McCloy who will be stepping down on July 1st. Sarah has a longstanding background in nature conservation management and currently holds the position of Project Leader for Pest Free Banks Peninsula.  

We wish to say a huge thank-you to Maureen who has been involved with this project from its inception, and carried out the role as Co-chair for the Te Ahu Pātiki Trust. Her dedication and enormous contribution have helped enable this project come to fruition. 

Maureen signing off on the agreement for the original sale of the Park land.

Thanks also to Hugh Logan, who will continue in his role as an existing board member representing the Rod Donald Trust.