Our Team

Management Team

Laurence Millar – interim Executive Director

Laurence Millar - ChairLaurence, the Chair of the Board of the 20/20 Trust for several years, has stepped down temporarily as Chair to serve as interim Executive Director of the 20/20 Trust.

Laurence is an independent advisor in the use of ICT by governments. His career has included work in the public and private sector, in the UK, USA, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

From 2004, he led the New Zealand e-government programme providing leadership in strategy and policy, establishing a foundation of shared infrastructure, and maintaining oversight of government ICT investment; he finished in the role of NZ Government CIO on 1 May 2009. Since then, he has provided ICT advice to governments in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.

In the New Zealand education sector, he worked as a strategic advisor to Broadband in Schools programme, which led to the establishment of N4L Ltd, and as independent expert advisor to the Parliament Select Committee inquiry into 21st century learning environment and digital literacy.

He is married with four adult children. He became a trustee in 2009, because he feels there is a critical need for stronger leadership for the use of ICT by all New Zealanders, and that 20/20 Trust is well placed to provide that leadership.  Laurence also stepped down temporarily as Chair to serve as interim Executive Director of the 20/20 Trust in 2016.

June Robinson, ICDL/KiwiSkills ManagerJune Robinson, ICDL/KiwiSkills Manager

June manages the ICDL/KiwiSkills programme and team in NZ. Prior to joining the 2020 Trust June worked as Partnership & Development Manager for a charity that positively impacts youth employment in NZ.

June has extensive experience in the third sector as well as commercial enterprises. Her areas of expertise are in business and partnership development, sales management, process improvement and corporate social responsibility.

Shona Te HukiShona Te Huki – National Refugee Connect Manager

In January 2017 Shona became the National Refugee Connect Manager for 20/20 Trust.

Shona has worked with the Trust since 2013 in her ongoing role of Regional Coordinator for the Manawatu/Horowhenua regions.

Shona has background in working on the Social Services sector and has a passion for working alongside families who are wanting to upskill in digital literacy to become more engaged in the digital world.

Sue West – Auckland Area Manager

Sue West provides leadership in responding to digital inequality in Auckland. 20/20 Trust continues to build capacity and focus on addressing the challenges of digital inclusion in Auckland.  Approximately 34% of New Zealanders live in Auckland and close to 60% of schools in Auckland are rated by the Ministry of Education as Decile One.

Over the last year, 20/20 Trust has significantly increased the number of families and learners in Auckland that participate in our digital inclusion programmes. Sue’s extensive knowledge and networks enable us to work with key stakeholders and partners across the city and region.

Sue is a digital education professional with more than 25 years’ experience, and previously was Market Development and Digital Manager for Coastguard Boating Education, eLearning Contract Coordinator at the University of Auckland and eLearning Manager at Learning Network NZ (formally West Auckland Education Centre). She has created and managed successful eLearning projects across the early childhood, primary and tertiary education sectors.

Programme Delivery and Support – Auckland

Maria Green – Project Coordinator Auckland

In March 2017, Sue West, 20/20 Auckland Manager, announced the appointment of Maria Green as Project Coordinator to further increase the 20/20 Trust’s capacity to address the challenges of digital inclusion in Auckland.

“Maria brings a range of valuable skills and experience to the team. With a background in Sociology and Management, Maria strengthens and contributes to the growth in Auckland as the team responds and adapts to the growing needs of the region.”

Denise Proctor –  Project Coordinator Auckland

Graeme Gibbs – Technical Support, Auckland

Programme Delivery and Support – National Team

Karin Elliott, ICDL/KiwiSkills Programme Coordinator

Karin Elliott, ICDL Programme CoordinatorKarin has supported the ICDL/KiwiSkills programme and team in NZ since 2014. Collectively our team have a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience to offer our clients and effectively manage the New Zealand ICDL and KiwiSkills programmes. We are passionate about people realising their full potential and being able to fully participate in the digital world.

She manages the online training and testing tools for and associated databases for ICDL, provides technical support, advice and training to the 20/20 Trust’s many ICDL training partners and Authorised Test Centres in New Zealand.

Kristina Parbhu – Kristina ParbhuNational Client Services Coordinator

Kristina Parbhu was recommended to us from the Turangi Computers in Homes project and joined the 20/20 Trust in February 2014; after returning home to Wellington.   Employed as the Computer Technician at Tongariro School for 5 years, Kristina had the opportunity to champion and support their Computers in Homes intake; training and graduating 18 families in basic desktop computing.

Anna Phipps – Business Services Manager

Anna Phipps - Business Services Manager

Anna joined the team in May 2017 in the new role of Business Services Manager. This is a key role in the evolution of the Trust and will make a significant contribution to improved organisational effectiveness and increased capability as we focus on strengthening the development of digital skills across the country.

The Business Services Manager is accountable for driving day to day operational excellence across the Trust, the management of business services and systems.

Anna has a strong understanding of leadership, policy, governance matters and financial management gained within the not-for-profit sector. Her previous role was in the New Zealand Medical Association where she was a key contributor to the development of strategies that enhanced the performance of the Association and ensured its on-going sustainability.