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Wendy Hoskin

Wendy Hoskin

General Manager, Health and Disability
Wendy has worked at PSN since 2014 originally as General Manager Development, then Chief Operating Officer and most recently as GM Health and Disability. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the health and social sectors working in management positions in Auckland DHB and Waikato DHB in both Operational Management and Funding and Planning Management. Wendy is also member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Tom Dodd

Tom Dodd

General Manager, Engagement
Tom joined PSN as General Manager, Engagement in September 2022. He was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland but has spent most of his life in Aotearoa. Tom moved to the NGO sector from the banking industry in 2000 and has held People and Culture executive roles in St John, Healthcare NZ and IHC Group. He is a Chartered Member of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.
Joe Waru

Joe Waru

Kaitohu Matua / General Manager Māori
Joe joined PSN in April 2023. His role as Kaitohu Matua is to provide strategic leadership and advice as PSN seeks to engage more fully with Te Ao Māori. Joe also supports PSN’s Kaitakawaenga and Hau Kāinga Rōpū, and other kaimahi Māori across the organisation. Joe is of Te Rarawa and Te Aupouri descent, an uri of Ngapuhi-nui-tonu. He comes to PSN from a Senior Cultural Advisor role at Te Whatu Ora (Greenlane Hospital, Tamaki Mākaurau) and is also a Director of Haua Partners, which works with organisations to strengthen responsiveness to bicultural practice. Joe has trained and worked as a social worker previously and worked with PSN between 2007 and 2009.
Lisa Rudolphe

Lisa Rudolphe

General Manager, Fundraising & Social Enterprise
Lisa joined PSN in late 2021 and represents Fundraising and Social Enterprise. As the organisation enters a period of increasing demand, fundraising and commercial activities are vital to ensure the maintenance of core programmes and development of new and exciting opportunities. Lisa has a background in marketing and has nearly 20 years of fundraising experience gained in the health, arts and culture sectors – most recently as Head of Development at the Auckland Museum. Her favourite saying is ‘from acorns grow oak trees’ – especially when acknowledging and celebrating our donors who support PSN’s work and our mission ‘A better life for everyone’.
Grenville Hendricks

Grenville Hendricks

General Manager, Social Services
Grenville joined in August 2023 as General Manager for PSN’s Social Services, which includes Family Works, Lifeline and Shine. Grenville originally comes from South Africa and has lived in New Zealand and Australia for 25 years.   Grenville is a social services professional with extensive senior leadership experience in New Zealand and Australia. This includes significant experience in both government policy and operational management of large multi-disciplinary teams. He is passionate about making a difference in the lives of whanau and communities, and this has guided his work choices.   His most recent role was Operations Manager, Starship Child Health. Prior to that, Grenville held senior management roles at OzChild (Australia), Oranga Tamariki, Ministry of Social Development, and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (NZ and Australia).   Grenville holds an MBA, Post Graduate Certificate in Health Sciences, Diploma in Social Work, and Bachelor of Arts (Hons) (Psychology).   Grenville is a keen gardener and swimmer, and together with his Kiwi partner, he enjoys travelling and meeting people from different places and cultures.