The Public Health Association of New Zealand Incorporated (PHANZ) was incorporated on 6th January 1988 and registered as a charitable entity on 30 June 2008 (CC30232).
Membership (join us) is open to any person with a commitment to the aims and values of the Association and who pays an annual subscription. Full time students are free.
The Executive Council is the governing body and it determines the national strategy and policy for the Public Health Association, in consultation with its members, and oversees its implementation.
The Executive Council of the Association is constituted by nine members, including a President, Treasurer, and seven Executive Councillors.
The Executive Council positions are held for a two-year term and may be held for a second two-year term if re-elected. The maximum term of service in the same capacity is four consecutive years.
Executive Council members
Dr Nicole Coupe
Toni Paterson - Elected Councillor
Dr Lifeng Zhou - Asian Caucus
Fran Kewene - Māori Caucus
Hineira Hamiora - Māori caucus
Jalal Mohammed - Elected Councillor
Gail Duncan - Elected Councillor
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