The Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN), was launched by Infrastructure New Zealand at the 2016 Building Nations Symposium.
Its purpose is to increase the number of women in leadership roles, grow the visibility of women, and to provide a networking and support group for women in the infrastructure sector.
As part of a global network operating in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia, WIN NZ now has seven chapters across the country in Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Wellington, Christchurch, Otago and Queenstown with a combined membership of more than 2100 women.
Membership to WIN is complimentary for individuals employed by an Infrastructure New Zealand member organisation. To create an account, or for any account enquiries, email email@example.com.
For those not currently employed by a member organisation, the annual network membership fee is NZ$290 (ex-GST). Apply for a membership here.
- (Chair) Arden Hermans, Beca
- (Deputy Chair) Anneliese Sabrowski, Stellar Projects
- Natalie Blanford, Project Apopo
- Amelia Puluka, Northpower
- Roslyn Prictor, Fulton Hogan
- Lauren Faithfull, Mckay
- Stacey Sharpe, Beca (1 year Maternity Leave cover for Graeson Kermode, Beca)
- (Chair) Sharon Dines, Dines Consulting
- (Deputy Chair) Kerryn Swanepoel, Watercare
- Ngan Truong, WSP
- Natalie Summerfield, Buddle Findlay
- Reem Barakat, EY
- Gracen Luka, Fletcher Living
- Liv Yule, Tonkin + Taylor
- Erica Jeon, Aurecon
- Helene Toury, Downer
- (Chair) Angela Young, Tonkin + Taylor
- Josie Keucke, Civtec
- Jo Soanes, Boffa Miskell
- Dora Luo, Hamilton City Council
- Estelle Kamp, Aurecon
- Claire Scrimgeour, Beca
- Melanie Wright, Downer
- Marie Landingin, WSP
- (Chair) Zoe Thompson, AECOM
- Nina Tropina, Brian Perry Civil
- Leigh Kissick, Chapman Tripp
- Mary O’Callahan, GHD
- Justine Jones, GHD
- Emma Baines, KPMG
- Hannah Payne-Harker, Harrison Grierson
- Priya Grewal, Morrison & Co
- Alicia Mustapha, Stantec
- (Chair) Alisha Baddock, Stantec
- Alex Booker, Anderson Lloyd
- Amanda Henriksen, Citycare
- Charlotte Brodie, Christchurch City Council
- Ruth Jellyman, CPB Contractors
- Melissa Halligan, Beca
- Deana Pochin, Kainga Ora
- Eliza Cowey, AECOM
- Angela Robinson, Beca
- Dusk Mains, GHD
- Rebecca Mehrtens, Aurecon
- (Chair) Courtney Hart, Milford Opportunities Project
- Amanda Dennis, HEB Construction
- Katherine Durman, Queenstown Lakes District Council
Why join WIN?
In partnership with Infrastructure New Zealand, WIN hosts events nationwide, advocates for greater representation of women in the sector, and provides opportunities and tools for women to connect with each other.
With a membership of more than 2100 women, we are proud to facilitate a diverse network of women at all levels working across the New Zealand infrastructure sector.
In 2017, the WIN Advisory Board undertook a survey on diversity and inclusion in the infrastructure sector. The results showed that the under representation of women is seen as a real issue for the infrastructure industry and that many organisations have goals to increase the representation of women.
However, progress towards increasing representation of women is slow to moderate at best, and organisations need assistance on how to do this. WIN’s initiatives aim to address this need.
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