Nurse Maude Management and Board

Management Team

We know that our success as an organisation depends on the skills, motivation and commitment of our staff, and we value and respect those whom we are privileged to lead. We achieve most when working as a team, which is why cooperation, information sharing and mutual support is our focus.

Jim Magee
Chief Executive

Jim Magee 
BA (Hons), MBA (Otago)
Chief Executive

Jim has been in the health sector since the early 1980s and has been General Manager of Dunedin, Christchurch Women’s and Christchurch Hospitals. He is a board member of the Canterbury Community Care Trust.

Sue Bramwell
GM Marketing

Sue has a background in journalism, corporate communications and public relations, as well as governance and senior management experience across the health and not-for-profit sector.

Annette Finlay
Kaihautū Māori

Annette joined Nurse Maude as Quality and Risk Coordinator for Homecare in 2007 managing audits, complaints and privacy. She became the Māori Advisor in 2014 and joined the Senior Management Team as Kaihautū Māori in 2018.

Mark Nicklin
BMS, ACA
Chief Financial Officer

Mark has held senior commercial financial roles working in a variety of commercial service and finance leadership roles for multifaceted organisations, with business reach across multiple jurisdictions; including being the Commercial Director for Blake Dawson Waldron, one of Australia’s leading legal service firms.

Sam Powell
RN, Certificate Adult Teaching, MA (Nursing)
General Manager Community Services 

Sam joined Nurse Maude in April, 2014 as a Service Manager for Community Services and was appointed to the role of General Manager Community Services in 2015. She is a registered nurse with a background in critical care, general medicine, general surgery and education.

Kim Rae
RGON, BA
Human Resources Manager

Kim joined Nurse Maude in 2015. She started her career as a Registered General and Obstetric Nurse before gaining an Arts Degree majoring in Psychology and Sociology. Kim has worked in a number of senior human resource management roles both in the public and private sector, working predominantly in health.

Mary-Anne Stone
Master of Public Health (Distinction, University of Otago)
Business Development Manager

Mary-Anne has held Senior Management roles in health services in Canterbury since 1995 working with Piki te Ora, Pegasus, Ryman Healthcare, and as Business Development Manager for Nurse Maude since 2012.  Mary-Anne also leads Nurse Maude’s research unit, the NZ Institute of Community Health Care.  She is a board member for the New Zealand Dementia Foundation.

Board Members

David Lang
LLB
Chair
2008 – Present

David has been a partner in the law firm of Saunders & Co since 1989 working principally in the commercial and property law fields. He is a member of a NZ Law Society Standards Committee and a Trustee of the Champion Centre.

Jane Cartwright
BSc, PGDipSci, NZRD, MBA (Otago), CMInstD
Deputy Chair & Chair, Clinical Quality & Risk Committee
2007 – Present

Jane has held executive and senior roles in the health system and local government leading developments in community, mental and public health. She is a registered dietitian and has substantial governance and operational experience.

Tim Keenan
BCM (Lincoln), CA
Deputy Chair, Chair Finance & Audit Committee
2013 – Present

Tim is a commercial advisor and independent director to Canterbury businesses. His career started with Price Waterhouse and spent 20 as a partner with Grant Thornton in its Advisory team. He is currently an owner of an independent advisory firm based in Christchurch.

Dr Cathy Andrew
RN, PhD, MA(Hons), BA
2013 – Present

Dr Catherine Andrew is Head of Nursing and Allied Health at ARA Institute of Canterbury (ARA) and Director of Nursing at the University of Canterbury, School of Health Sciences. She has extensive experience as a nurse in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and as a nurse educator and manager at ARA.

Murray Compton
B.Com, C.A., C.M.C., F.N.Z.I.M., A.C.I.S.
1988 – Present

Murray is a chartered accountant specialising in consulting to the tourism industry. He was a partner in Ernst & Young and its merging firms for 25 years, was director of the firm’s national management consulting activities for seven years and established Ernst & Young’s tourism consulting practice. In 1995, Murray retired from Ernst & Young and set up M R Compton & Associates Limited to specialise in consulting to the international accommodation sector.

John Hudson
MB, ChB, DRCOG, FRNZCGP, Dip Trav Med
2013 – Present

Dr John Hudson is currently a principal in general practice at the North Avon Medical Centre and is a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners. He has been a director of the After Hours Surgery, was a founding director of the Pegasus Health Independent Practitioner Association and is currently involved in various groups associated with the Canterbury Initiative. He has received the Pegasus Group Award for outstanding contribution to general practice.

Mark Marshall
Grad Dip App Mgt
2010 – Present

Mark has worked for 25 years in the ICT industry and is currently the ICT Director of ARA Institute of Canterbury, the South Islands largest ITP. Mark holds a post graduate qualification in Applied Management.

Fiona Pimm
MBA (Massey), PGDipPH (Otago), DipAppSci – Nuclear Medicine (RMIT)
2016 – Present

Fiona affiliates to Ngai Tahu iwi with whakapapa links across the Ngai Tahu rohe, though she identifies Arowhenua as her whanau home. Fiona is a Management Consultant and Director with extensive experience in governance roles in the health sector, government agencies, community NGO, local iwi and runanga. She is currently on the Board of an iwi development organisation, several health education and workforce training organisations, and the NZ Parole Board.

Darryn Russel
PhD
2016 – Present

He Pahihi ahau o te riu o te waka Araiteuru, Ko taku whare kura, a Tamataea, Ko tōku kao whenua, ko Horopapera, ki Te Rauone tae atu ki Pipikaretu.

Darryn is Ngāi Tahu, and a member of Ōtākou Rūnanga. His experience includes directorships on commercial, non-commercial, philanthropic and community organisations as well as having held ministerial appointments to national committees.

Darryn has held the role of Assistant Vice-Chancellor Māori at the University of Canterbury since 2011, developing and maintaining University Treaty based relationships with Iwi and Māori providers; and coordinating and implementing the Strategy for Māori Development at the University of Canterbury.