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Our Trustees Articles

  • Richard Dey

    Richard is a director at Ingham Mora where he leads the specialist audit team. He has over 20 years’ experience in audit and accounting, including involvement with many not for profit organisations, investment holders and the education sector.
  • Nick Earl

    Nick has been a trustee since mid-2015 and enjoys working with the other trustees to achieve the purposes of the Bay of Plenty Education Trust.
    Nick is a solicitor at Lyon O'Neale Arnold Lawyers in Tauranga and has been since 2010.
  • Roger Loveridge

    Roger Loveridge, the Bay of Plenty Education Trust’s Chairman, has dedicated many years to endeavours focused on educating young people.
    He spent 15 years serving on schools’ Boards of Trustees, and reinvented the Young Enterprise Scheme i...
  • Brian Scantlebury

    With a rich work history as an investment advisor and financial planner, Brian Scantlebury brings a wealth of knowledge to the Bay of Plenty Education Trust.
    Brian was appointed to the trust’s board in 1995 and became an inaugural member of the ...
  • John Burn

    John Burn’s participation on the Bay of Plenty Education Trust continues a long-term interest in education and general business and financial matters.
    His involvement over the years with community and voluntary groups has been expansive and incl...
  • John Revington

    John Revington brings experience in the not-for-profit sector to the Bay of Plenty Education Board – that, and plenty of business nous.
    Work within the not-for-profit sector has included time served as a school board member and as a committee me...
  • Peter Tootell

    Peter has been involved in teaching since the early 1970’s. He has worked as a school advisor and served on Boards of Trustees. In 1999 he was appointed Principal at Trident High School in Whakatane. Trident is a bi-cultural school with 50% of th...