BE (HONS), ME, FENGNZ
Chief Executive Officer
Raveen Jaduram has been chief executive of Watercare since 2014. He has held chief executive roles in private and public sectors in Australia and New Zealand. Raveen is a dedicated infrastructure leader, passionate about water and sustainability. He is currently on the board of Committee for Auckland.
Chief Customer Officer
A passionate customer advocate, Amanda is responsible for building a customer-centric culture and overseeing all the customer touch points in the business. She has extensive experience, nationally and internationally, as a transformational corporate leader.
Chief Digital Officer
Rebecca Chenery has been with Watercare since 2010 and was appointed to the role of chief digital officer in January 2018. She has many years of experience in programme management and business transformation projects across the information services, telecommunications and water industries in New Zealand and overseas. Rebecca is responsible for leading all technology aspects of the business along with Watercare’s business transformation programme.
BCOM, DIPCOM, CA
Chief Financial Officer
Marlon Bridge is a chartered accountant with over 25 years’ experience in senior private and public sector roles. He has previous water utility experience as chief financial officer of Manukau Water Limited and chief customer officer for Watercare. He was appointed to the role of chief financial officer in July 2018, and holds responsibility for Watercare’s financial stability and commercial focus. Marlon oversees the financial planning and analysis, supply chain, property, legal, internal audit, risk and resilience functions.
DIP CM, BE (HONS), NZCE (CIVIL)
Chief Infrastructure Officer
Steve Webster is a civil engineer with more than 20 years’ experience in senior leadership roles, predominantly in the infrastructure sectors in New Zealand and Australia, delivering projects and maintenance services to government, local authority and private asset owners. He was appointed Watercare’s general manager – infrastructure delivery in May 2015 and appointed chief infrastructure officer in January 2018. Steve is responsible for Watercare’s delivery of infrastructure projects from servicing strategies through planning to construction and for supporting external developer services to enable growth in Auckland.
ME (CIVIL AND RESOURCE ENGINEERING), BE (ENGINEERING SCIENCE)
Chief Operations Officer
Shane Morgan is an executive leader and water industry professional leading a team of 300+ in the delivery of water and wastewater services. His role encompasses everything from strategy, planning, design and construction, through to commissioning and operations and a commitment to embedding a customer-centric environment that is responsive, agile and operationally excellent.
He has worked with some of the largest and most progressive Australian and New Zealand entities, leading change in diverse workplaces and developing highperforming teams and systems that are ground-breaking, sustainable and will deliver inter-generational value.
Chief People Officer
Jason Glennon has worked across a number of industries, including construction and fast-moving consumer goods. He has held a number of senior roles in human resources at Fonterra, Fletcher and Carter Holt Harvey. Jason was appointed Watercare’s chief people officer in January 2018. He has oversight of all people-related activities in the business and is responsible for creating a high-performing company culture.
MPP, TTC, JP
Chief Corporate Affairs Officer
David Hawkins’ responsibilities include government, community relations and communications. He has a background in sales and marketing management for New Zealand and global brands, and has a strong commitment to local government and community engagement. David has previously served as an Auckland regional councillor and is a former mayor of the Papakura District.
BE CIVIL (HONS), FENGNZ, CMENGNZ
Executive Programme Director, Central Interceptor
Shayne Cunis is a chartered professional engineer and Fellow of Engineering NZ with more than 20 years’ experience in the Auckland water supply industry. He was appointed the executive programme director for Central Interceptor in January 2018 and reports to the chief executive.
Shayne has previously held senior operational management and executive roles at Watercare and has served on the board of Water New Zealand.
He is an international board member of the Water Research Foundation, which is the leading not-for-profit research cooperative that advances the science of water to protect public health and the environment.