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Our Board of Trustees
Bruce Pilbrow (Chairman)CEO, CanTeen
Bruce is the CEO of CanTeen and before that was the CEO of The Parenting Place for almost a decade. He has extensive strategic and marketing
experience for many well-known brands such as Caltex Oil (Chevron), Vodafone NZ, Vodafone Group, Coca Cola, AMI Insurance, Toyota, Postie
Plus and Dick Smith Electronics.
Greg Eden (Treasurer)Chartered Accountant, EPPL
As the founder of accounting practice Eden Perich Prewett, Greg has exceptional financial management skills. He couples an outstanding eye
for efficiency with a strategic mind to see beyond the numbers.
Brook TurnerCEO, Zeal
Brook has 17 years experience in the social sector and is a sought after speaker on leadership, social entrepreneurship and youth development
in New Zealand. He recently released his first book, Plan A: Why You Lost Your Dream And How To Get It Back.
Jeremy NeeveProject Manager, The Wellington City Mission
Experienced in the not for profit sector having served as a board member for Genesis House, Compassion for Orphans and a trustee for Edge Community Trust, Otaki Whānau Trust and the Wellington City Mission. This is combined with vast commercial experience as a General Manager and Sales Manager and mentoring several businesses.
Sarah Van’t HofEvent Manager, The Production Co
As an event and tour manager, Sarah is a founder of Makelight Interactive (UK based), the director of boutique event management company Beaut!
and a director and co-owner of leading New Zealand event company The Production Co. She brings a vast array of event management and not-for-profit
experience to the Zeal board.
Murray ThatcherEntrepreneur/Business Mentor
As an entrepreneur, Murray was the first to bring vending machines to New Zealand and has founded two companies, both of which have since been
sold to multinationals. Murray now spends his time as a philanthropist and business adviser.
Beth HumphreyYouth Intern, Zeal & Youth representative to the board
Beth is currently studying her second year of a Diploma of Youth and Community through Praxis, including a practicum through Zeal West and Live For Tomorrow. Beth was also a Zeal youngster herself and brings to the board first hand knowledge and experience of Zeal’s true heart and mission.
Zeal is a registered member of Ara Taoihi and applies best practice by adopting the Youth Development Strategy Aotearoa (YDSA) and the Code of Ethics (COE). Our work is underpinned by holistic, strengths-based youth development models, The Circle of Courage and Te Whare Tapa Wha.
Here are our most-recent audited accounts:
2014-2015 Zeal Audited Accounts (74 KB)
Zeal is a not-for-profit youth organisation, governed by a board of trustees. You can find us on the NZ Charities Register under Zeal Education Trust (CC29343). Our audited accounts from 2009 onward are publicly available online here.