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Paul Meredith appointed as member of Guardians Kaitiaki of Alexander Turnbull Library

The Guardians Kaitiaki has a statutory role to provide the Minister with independent advice on key matters associated with the operation of the Alexander Turnbull Library.


Devdiscourse News Desk Last Updated at 27-11-2018 10:01:03 IST New Zealand
Paul Meredith appointed as member of Guardians Kaitiaki of Alexander Turnbull Library
  • Mr Meredith will bring his experience in mātauranga Māori as well as further the Guardians Kaitiaki knowledge of information technology and management, research knowledge, and governance. (Wikimedia commons)

Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin today announced the appointment of Paul Meredith as a member of the Guardians Kaitiaki of the Alexander Turnbull Library.

The Guardians Kaitiaki has a statutory role to provide the Minister with independent advice on key matters associated with the operation of the Alexander Turnbull Library.

Mr Meredith will join Lyn Provost as chair, and the other current members Dr Jock Phillips, Dr Sydney Shep, and Victoria Passau.

"The appointment expands the range of experience, skills and perspectives that will ensure the Guardians Kaitiaki has the expertise to continue providing high-quality advice to me.

Mr Meredith will bring his experience in mātauranga Māori as well as further the Guardians Kaitiaki knowledge of information technology and management, research knowledge, and governance.

Mr Meredith's three-year term commenced from 20 November 2018.

(With Inputs from New Zealand Government Press Release)


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