Justin is an experienced Director and investment banker. He is Executive Chairman of Murray & Co, and has held a range of prior governance roles, including as founding Chair of Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement and ten years as a Director of Christchurch Airport. Initially a corporate lawyer, his banking career began with Rothschild in London, and he was also a Managing Director with Bear Stearns before returning to New Zealand in 2004 and founding Murray & Co. He holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Canterbury and is a certified member of the Institute of Finance Professionals New Zealand.
Justin joined the Enable Board in August 2020 and was appointed Chair of Enable effective from 1 July 2021.
Craig has thirty years of experience in Silicon Valley as an international technology executive focusing on networking and communications. Craig spent ten years at Apple Computers in a variety of executive positions in their networking and communications divisions. He then founded, and was CEO of Packeteer, the company that developed deep packet inspection and application-based networking. He also founded Pertino, which built the first cloud based, global business network. He also served as CEO. Craig is currently an independent consultant working with companies to develop their technical and global expansion strategies. Craig joined the Enable Board in October 2017.
Geoff is a professional independent director, following an executive career in the technology and telecommunications industries in New Zealand and Asia Pacific. Geoff is a director of WEL Networks, Plan B, and Auror, and has also held governance roles in the medical, tourism and primary industry sectors. He is a current advisor to a number of innovative, high-growth businesses.
Geoff holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Otago University and is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors. Geoff joined the Enable Board in August 2021.
Mark has twenty years’ experience as a Director specialising in the communications and broader technology sectors. Mark has led the establishment and growth of numerous start-up businesses and currently holds several board roles – including CommArc, De Novo Partners and DARC Energy.
Mark was the founder and CEO of internet provider Snap and led the integration of its national and international fibre communications business with 2degrees, which laid the foundations for 2degrees’ becoming one of the largest full-service communications providers in New Zealand. Mark has extensive experience in all facets of leading a communications business – including financial management; market strategy development and implementation; network design, build and maintenance; technology innovation; and regulatory compliance. Mark joined the Enable Board in June 2019.
Scott has broad governance experience including Executive and Board Director roles with telecommunications and airport companies in New Zealand, Asia and the Middle East. Scott’s current Board Director roles include Chair positions with Generate KiwiSaver, Xceda Finance and the New Zealand Cricket Players Association. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of The New Zealand Cricketers Trust and St Cuthberts College. Scott, who is admitted to practise Law in New Zealand, Australia and the UK, has a Master in Law from Oxford University.
Keiran is a professional director with experience in both the public and private sectors. Prior to her governance career, Keiran worked as an Accountant specialising in business rescue and insolvency, strategic planning, change management and commercial transactions. She has significant governance experience in strategic risk management and assurance, having chaired numerous Audit and Risk Committees.
Keiran has held a range of governance roles including TVNZ, Lotto, University of Canterbury and Solid Energy.
Keiran is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors.