Cameron Harland (Acting-chair)
Masalosalo (Salo) Taufale
Lucinda Lendrum (Staff Representative)
Daniel Johnson (Student Representative - Outgoing)
Henry Guy - (Student Representative - Incoming)
Gregor Fountain (Principal)
Claire Shakespeare (Board Secretary)
Board meetings are held in public. All members of the Wellington College community are welcome to attend. The provisions of Part 7 of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 apply with some sensitive issues discussed 'in committee'. If you wish to contact the Board of Trustees directly, please email the BOT Secretary, Claire Shakespeare, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meetings are held in the staffroom.
Monday 22 November at 5:00pm.
Cam Harland - Cam is currently the Acting-Chair of the Wellington College BOT, and CEO of NZ on Air. He is passionate about culture and has a holistic view of success that embraces, intellect, endeavour and resilience.
Geoff McLay - Geoff is a Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington. He also practices as barrister, and was a Law Commissioner at the New Zealand Law Commission.
Karen Smith - Karen is a Professor of Tourism Management and Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) for Victoria Business School at Victoria University of Wellington. Her governance experience includes six years on the Board of the Volunteering New Zealand and First Vice-Chair of the Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education.
Masalosalo Taufale - Salo is an old boy of Wellington College whose professional background is in social services, banking and sports management. He has served as Chairman on the Wellington Basketball Association Committee and Wellington College Basketball Committee and is also a past member of the NZ Institute of Directors.
David Wilks - David has a 30 year career in management and governance that spans the fast moving consumer goods, tourism and entertainment industries. He is currently the General Manager of Weta Workshop.
View the Board's Strategic and Annual Plans in the 2021 Charter here
View the Board's policies and the school's plans for Māori and Pacific student achievement here.
View the latest report about Wellington College from the Education Review Office here.
2020 Annual Accounts Report
2020 Wellington College Audit Report