David Sixton is an advisor and director for several New Zealand private companies. He is a former Fletcher Challenge executive who retains a connection with Fletcher Building Limited as a trustee of the Fletcher Building Employees' Welfare Fund.
Sir John Hood
John Hood was an executive of Fletcher for 19 years and is a former vice-chancellor of the Universities of Auckland and Oxford. He currently serves as President and CEO of the Robertson and Aotearoa Foundations, Chairman of the Rhodes Trust, as a director of WPP plc, and Aurora Energy Research Limited and as chairman of BMT Group Limited and Study Group Limited. He also sits on a number of not for profit boards and advisory boards.
Angus Fletcher (Chairman)
Angus Fletcher had a career in business with Fletcher Holdings and then Fletcher Challenge and a long standing involvement in a wide variety of not-for-profit community based organisations. Currently his trusteeships include chairmanship of the Great Potentials Foundation, the Methodist Employment Generation Fund and trustee of Business in the Community, Southern Cross Campus Foundation and For the Sake of Our Children Trust and a member of the Supporters' Council of Young Enterprise Trust.
James Fletcher originally joined Fletcher Challenge in 1991 before returning to the University of Auckland to complete his LLB (Hons). He then worked for Simpson Grierson and Bell Gully and in 2000 returned to Fletcher Building. In 2006 he joined Norfolk Group, an Australasian engineering services company. In 2012, he became the New Zealand managing director of OCS Limited, a privately owned UK facilities management business. He is now the Executive General Manager of Spotless Facility Services (NZ) Limited, a major Australasian facilities management business. He is also a member of the steering group for the Business Leaders’ Health & Safety Forum, which is a coalition of business and government leaders committed to improving the performance of workplace health and safety in New Zealand. He maintains a keen interest in education and the arts through his professional career and as a Trustee and member of the Board of Governors of King’s School in Auckland.
Hugh Fletcher was an executive of Fletchers for 26 years, retiring as CEO in 1997. Since then he has been a non-executive director of several organisations including currently Rubicon and Insurance Australia Group. He is a trustee of the Dilworth Trust and was a Councillor of the University of Auckland for 12 years, 4 years as Chancellor.