Event Date: December 7, 2022 16:00

ITSNZ Annual General Meeting w/ Guest Speaker Sarah Gardner (LGWM) Dec 7th


Annual General Meeting
with Guest Speaker
Sarah Gardner, Programme Director for Let’s Get Wellington Moving

Date: December 7th 4-5pm Location: Online only

ITSNZ members are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting to hear about the organisation, the successes and challenges we've recently had and also to learn about our plans, both immediate activities and strategic objectives. 

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The AGM will be followed by an introduction to Donna Provoost, our ex-officio Board Member representing the Ministry of Transport. Donna is the Manager for Generational Investment and Strategic Policy and Innovation. 


Guest Speaker - Sarah GardnerSarah Gardner Lets Get Wellington Moving

Sarah is a Planner by profession and spent the first 13 years of her career in consenting. Since she has worked in Australia and New Zealand in local government, state government and central government.

Sarah worked for Gold Coast City Council leading their Climate Change and Priority Infrastructure Planning areas, she ran the first iteration of NZ’s EPA including multiple RON’s Board of Inquiry Processes and as an Executive Director for the NSW EPA Sarah ran the investigation into fire-fighting foam contamination over 700 sites and the $802m Waste and Resource Recovery Programme for the State.

In her most recent role as Chief Executive of Otago Regional Council Sarah was responsible for regional transport planning and public transport for Otago, amongst other functions. Sarah has spent the past 12 years in executive leadership roles and has a particular focus on leadership, staff wellbeing and culture.



The AGM Agenda*:

  • AGM opens and confirmation of previous AGM minutes
  • President’s Report
  • Vice-President's Report (international)
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Open Q&A with members in attendance
  • Close
  • Guest Speaker - Sarah Gardner

NB. Note 2022 will not feature an election of new Board of Directors