NZC Board

Debbie Hockley CNZM MNZM – President

Appointed NZC President: 2016

Debbie Hockley was elected president of NZC at the 2016-17 Annual Meeting, and re-elected for a further three-year term in 2019.

Ms Hockley is a former WHITE FERNS captain and a member of the International Cricket Council’s Hall of Fame.

She is the first women to hold the post of President in NZC’s 122-year history, the first female president of any ICC full member board, and was awarded Life Membership of NZC in 2018.


Martin Snedden CNZM

Appointed to NZC Board in 2013

Appointed Chairman in 2020

A former 1980s BLACKCAP, Martin Snedden brings a wealth of ‘business of sport’ experience to the table. Martin, at various stages, has been Chief Executive of NZC, Rugby New Zealand 2011 (which delivered RWC 2011), Tourism Industry Association NZ, and Duco Events, and leader of NZC’s One Cricket project.  

He is currently a director on the boards of the ICC, the Cricketers’ Hardship Trust, and Women in Sport Aotearoa, as well as chair of Auckland’s Heart of the City business association board and of Auckland’s Destination AKL 2025 industry leaders’ group.  He has previously been a director of World Masters Games 2017, and a partner of an Auckland-based law firm.

Geoff Allott

Appointed to NZC Board in 2013

A former New Zealand player, Geoff Allott is the Managing Director of Quality New Zealand Ltd and the former General Manager Cricket for New Zealand Cricket.  He has a background in marketing, finance, and international trade, and has also served on the boards of Canterbury Cricket Association and the New Zealand Cricket Players Association.  

He has a Bachelor of Commerce and Management, majoring in Business and Marketing at Lincoln University, and is a member of NZ Institute of Directors.

Anna Campbell

Appointed to NZC Board in 2020

Anna Campbell has a PhD in plant biotechnology and has worked for a number of years in plant and animal genetic improvement roles. She joined AbacusBio in 2007, a private company, bridging science and business and operating in 20 countries, where she has been the Managing Director since 2015. In 2017

Anna was elected as the first female Director of the Otago Cricket Association. She also holds governance roles on the boards of Otago Innovation (the University of Otago’s commercialisation arm), Genomics Aotearoa and Otago Boys’ High School.

Jackie Lloyd

Appointed to NZC Board in 2019

Jackie Lloyd is currently a director of Kiwi Group Holdings, Naylor Love Enterprises and AgResearch, a board member of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and a trustee of The Lion Foundation.  She also serves on the National Council of the Institute of Directors.

Jackie has a background in governance, business transformation and people and culture. She previously served as global human resources director for the New Zealand Dairy Board and NZMP Fonterra, and subsequently as a consultant and New Zealand country manager for Hewitt Associates and The Gallup Organization.  Jackie is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors and has a BA in Psychology and BCom in Marketing and Manpower from Otago University.

Kevin Malloy

Appointed to NZC Board in 2019

Kevin Malloy has extensive experience in the advertising and marketing industries, including a 29-year stint with the global media agency Starcom. His previous positions include the role of global client director on both Coca-Cola and P&G.

Kevin is now based in Auckland and is a board member of TVNZ and Kiwbank. He is also involved on the boards of the charity organisations the Dingle Foundation and Halberg Foundation and has an ongoing consultancy role with Tourism NZ as its global digital specialist and advisor.

Diana Puketapu

Appointed to NZC Board in 2017

Diana was Chief Financial Officer for more than ten years, both in the commercial sector and in the sporting environment, including two America’s Cup sailing campaigns based in the UK and Spain.

She is a Director of NZX50 company Napier Port Holdings as well as Ngati Porou Holdings, the wealth creation arm of Ngati Porou.  In 2015 she was elected to the board of the New Zealand Olympic Committee.  She is a Fellow Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors.  Diana’s iwi affiliation is Ngati Porou.

Rebecca Rolls

Appointed to NZC Board in 2020

Rebecca Rolls has represented New Zealand in two different codes, first making her mark in football before going on to enjoy an international cricket career as a wicket-keeper. She then returned to her football career and was part of the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic campaigns. Professionally Rebecca has had a long career holding senior leadership roles within the public sector.

In 2019, Rebecca became an observer on the New Zealand Cricket Board. Prior to this she was an establishment member of the Government Women’s Network (GWN), a member of the NZ Cricket Players Association board and is a recent graduate of the NZ Olympic Committee Women’s Sport Leadership Academy (WSLA.) She has also held the role of New Zealand Cricket Code of Conduct Commissioner since 2017. Rebecca is of Māori descent and affiliates with the Ngati Porou iwi.

Roger Twose

Co-opted to NZC Board in 2021

Roger Twose played over 100 games for the BLACKCAPS and represented Central Districts, Northern Districts and Wellington along with several District Associations, giving him first-hand experience of the wider cricket community in NZ.   Regarded as a key influencer within his era, he was a pivotal member of the team that won the Champions Trophy in 2000 and was ranked 2nd in the world for ODI batsmen that same year.

After retiring from cricket, Roger joined the National Bank, working his way up to senior management level, before joining Willis Bond & Company Limited, serving on its senior management team and then as a director, primarily responsible for several large-scale development projects including their Wynyard Quarter project in Auckland with an end-value in excess of $500 million.

Roger is a past-chair of the NZCPA and has served on NZC’s High Performance Advisory Group for the last 10 months.  He is an investment committee member for two Willis Bond Capital Partners’ private equity funds totalling $232 million and is a current board member of NZ’s pre-eminent swimming club, North Shore Swimming.

Steve Tew

Appointed NZC Board Observer in 2021

Steve was CEO of NZ Rugby 2008 to 2019, having been Deputy CEO for the six years prior. During his time as NZR CEO, the All Blacks and Black Ferns both maintained number one world rankings for 10 years and won multiple world cups. It was also a time of major revenue growth underpinned by NZR’s international broadcasting and team sponsorship partnership expansions.

Steve had previously been CEO of both the Crusaders Super Rugby franchise and the Canterbury Rugby Union, laying the foundation for a multi-decade rugby dynasty. His rugby governance experience is extensive, including the IRB, SANZAAR and the board of Rugby NZ 2011.

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