Tricia Stuart, President     

Angus Maxwell, President

Clare Couch, Vice President      

Luke Rowe, Te Māngai Māori     

Luke (BA (Hons) Psych and Māori, MSc Psych, PGDip Clin Psych) is of Ngāti Tuwharetoa and Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga descent.  He is Clinical Psychologist by trade and has had clinical and leadership roles focusing on Mental Health, Māori Health and Whānau Ora.  Luke maintains strong community ties with Governance roles at local school and national executive levels.

Elena Moran, Treasurer       

Cristina Fon, Chair Board of Membership and Professional Standards (BOMPS)

Tawhiti Kunaiti, Te Pou Whakarae     Tawhiti

Tawhiti descends from a number of tribal nations in New Zealand, in particular, Ngāti Raukawa, Rangitāne, Ngāti Kahungunu, and Ngāti Kuia.  Married for 17 years, his wife is of Cook Island, Tahitian, Dutch, Māori descent and together they have two grown children.  Tawhiti is a registered graduate of the New Zealand Institute of Management, and is the Pou Whakarae – Prinicipal Cultural Leader for the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists.  He has worked in Public Health and Sexual Health, and is a former member of the MidCentral District Health Board (MDHB) Healthy Communities Advisory Committee, MDHB Disability Support Advisory Committee and National Māori Sexual & Reproductive Health Committee.  Tawhiti also has a Māori Education background having worked in total immersion Māori language settings as an early childhood, primary and tertiary educator, further to being a past researcher at Massey University for the ‘Toi Te Kupu’ Māori Language initiative.  Tawhiti is presently employed as the Pou Whakarae – Principal Cultural Leader for both the Central Primary Health Organisation and the Te Tihi Whānau Ora Alliance where he sits as a member of the Senior Leadership Group.  He is a current recipient of Te Rau Puawai Māori Mental Health Scholarship.


Eileen Britt (University Liaison)         

Eileen is a Fellow of the NZCCP and has been a member of the College since its inception.  She has been involved in College matters at local and national level over this time. Eileen completed her PG Diploma in Clinical Psychology at the University of Waikato in 1986, and since then has worked in mental health, health, criminal justice, research and university settings. She is currently Associate Professor with the Post-Graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology programme at the University of Canterbury.




Paul Skirrow, Executive Advisor

Caroline Greig (Executive Director)     Caroline

Caroline was employed as the Executive Director for NZCCP when the Council moved to its permanent office in Wellington. She is the first port of call for members and the public and is available Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6.00pm. Her contact details are listed at the bottom of this page.