Before Shine joined PSN in July 2016, Jane Drumm had served as Shine’s Executive Director since 1998. Under her leadership, Shine grew from four staff and a budget of $180,000 to an organisation with a national profile, more than 30 staff and a budget of more than $3 million. Jane has undertaken two major overseas study trips to study what works to stop domestic abuse in the United Kingdom (under a Winston Churchill Fellowship) and in North America. Using what she learned, Jane initiated a number of Shine’s innovative and unique services. Previously, Jane worked as a Victim Advisor for Auckland District Court for one year and as a Probation Officer for thirteen years.
Social services provider Presbyterian Support Northern (PSN) has welcomed the Government’s plan to transform current structures and provision of services for the most vulnerable children and young people.
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