Owen Gill

Chief Executive

Owen has extensive experience in implementing strategy, organisational change, public policy, micro-economic reform, both here and in Australia.

In 2016 Owen served as acting CEO at Financial Services Council and recently he has worked as a consultant with the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, New Zealand Law Society, and the Commerce Commission.

Owen’s qualifications include Masters of Business Administration (MBA) (Macquarie), Post-Graduate Diploma in Public Policy (VUW), and Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) (VUW).

In 2019 he wrote the book “Turning Point Auckland - Radical Policy to Prepare Auckland for Two Million People” on the long-term future of the city.

Phone: +64 (0) 21 961 922

Hamish Glenn
Policy Director

Hamish leads research and policy development, and can be seen advocating for improved infrastructure in media and on a number of public, private, political and educational fora.

Hamish specialises in urban development and transport policy, infrastructure governance, project funding, and strategic planning. He has authored a number of major reports on infrastructure issues and policy, including on New Zealand’s need for governance reform, integrated urban development and national planning. He guest-lectures at the Auckland University of Technology and is a frequent presenter to visiting infrastructure groups from across the world.

Building off Infrastructure New Zealand’s annual delegations, he has reported on the infrastructure systems of Australia, the UK, USA, Canada, China and Singapore and is an expert on global infrastructure systems.

Prior to joining Infrastructure New Zealand, Hamish worked for the Auckland Regional Council and holds a Masters degree in political science.

Phone: +64 (0) 21 034 7229

Tara Daly

Event & Network Manager


With over five years experience in the event industry, Tara has managed a range of events worldwide, from intimate meetings to large scale incentive programmes and conferences.

Before joining Infrastructure New Zealand, Tara held a role with professional services firm Wachsman where she managed global event portfolios for clients in the blockchain space. She was also heavily involved with BlockW, an initiative that was established in 2018 to encourage women to get involved in blockchain and emerging technology in Ireland.

Tara holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in TV, Radio and New Media Broadcasting and a Postgraduate Diploma in Event Management & Public Relations.

Katarina Farkas

Digital Marketing Specialist

Having over 10 years experience in marketing & design, Katarina is responsible for digital  marketing initiatives, social media management, website optimisation and CRM maintenance at Infrastructure New Zealand.

Before joining the team, Katarina's career was largely based in pharmaceutical manufacturing and real estate sales, specialising ibrand development, marketing strategy, graphic design and event coordination. 

Katarina possesses Diplomas in Digital Marketing and Tourism (Operations Management).

Phone: +64 (0) 22 494 3410

Nicole Seadon

Executive Assistant

Working away behind the scenes, Nicole is responsible for diary management, membership database maintenance, and administrative support.

Nicole has a background in administration and sales, previously working at Harvey Norman and Michael Hill. 


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