Amelia is an experienced professional Director with a strong governance track record including as a Director on both the Beca Group Board the Beca Ltd (NZ) Board; the board of Te Tupu Ngātahi Alliance (Auckland Transport and Waka Kotahi); and previously on the Advisory Board of the NZ Sustainable Business Council.
Amelia has enduring professional networks within government, and a deep understanding of government processes, as demonstrated by her appointment as a member of the ‘Randerson Review’ panel advising the NZ government on reform of the resource management system. This has initiated a comprehensive reform programme in NZ.
Amelia has demonstrated expertise and is trained in governance of organisational culture, health, safety and environment systems and procedures (including compliances), risk, quality and financial management processes, and business initiative development and implementation. Amelia is recognised for her collaborative and strategic vision leadership style.
Amelia also directs Beca’s Sustainability function, both as Board Champion, and in leading Beca’s advisory business. Amelia has provided leadership in the establishment and implementation of business sustainability goals, including setting carbon emissions targets, and establishing processes to oversee our footprint & handprint transformation programme.
Her role advising the NZ government on reform of the resource management system demonstrates both wider professional recognition and her skills in collaborative problem solving. This experience can assist in strategy discussions on the role of ISC frameworks within regulatory processes and how these may be strengthened through legislation.
Amelia has read ISCs Strategic Plan. Our goals excite her and align with her own values and aspirations for the transformation our world needs to see. Our goals for leadership and market transformation, which focus on embedding processes for ensuring infrastructure delivers positive social, cultural, environmental and economic outcomes and the recognition of the importance of the culture change needed, resonate with her. Amelia would also relish the opportunity to advance ISCs progress to grow and deliver these goals.