THE SOCIAL INNOVATION INVESTMENT GROUP

The New Zealand Social Entrepreneur Fellowship is run co-operatively by the social entrepreneurs themselves, and is run as a social enterprise, under the leadership of the
Social Innovation Investment Group.
 
The current trustees of the Social Innovation Investment Group are from the original Fellowship (2006-2009) and include Ngahau Davis (chairperson), Malcolm Cameron,
and vivian Hutchinson.
 

THE 2007- 2009 SIIG GROUP

The Social Innovation Investment Group was brought together in 2006 by Stephen Tindall, founder of The Tindall Foundation. It was a group of grant-makers, philanthropists, and community leaders who were interested in how to support social innovation and social entrepreneurship in New Zealand.

This group selected the original membership of the New Zealand Social Entrepeneur Fellowship, and supported the project for its first three years. The membership of the SIIG Group (2007-2009) has included:
 
SukhiTurner.jpg Sukhi Turner, chair of the Social Innovation Investment Group, former Mayor of Dunedin, Chair of Trustees of the Enviroschools Foundation
RodgerSmith.JPG Rodger Smith, trustee of the Social Innovation Investment Group, trustee of The Jobs Research Trust, Manager of the South Auckland Family Violence Prevention Network, Manukau City.
SimonMortlock.jpg Simon Mortlock, trustee of the Social Innovation Investment Group, Senior Partner in Mortlock McCormack Law (Christchurch) and Trustee of the Wayne Francis Charitable Trust
GeorgeSalmond.jpg George Salmond, trustee of the Social Innovation Investment group, former Director-General of Health and currently active as a consultant, advocate and trustee in many community organisations including Porirua Healthlinks, Health Care Aotearoa, and the Wise and Blueprint Trusts
StephenTindall.jpg Stephen Tindall, founder and trustee of The Tindall Foundation, founder of The Warehouse, former Chairman of the NZ Business Council for Sustainable Development, member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development
AlanBroadbent.JPG Alan Broadbent, founder and Chairman of The Maytree Foundation (Canada), Chairman and CEO of the Avana Capital Corporation
IainHines.jpg Iain Hines, Executive Director of the JR McKenzie Trust, board member of Philanthropy NZ
TrevorGray.jpg Trevor Gray, manager of The Tindall Foundation, previously employed in community development and education in the very Far North
KateFrykberg.jpg Kate Frykberg, Executive Director of The Todd Foundation, and Deputy Chair of Philanthropy New Zealand. Entrepreneur and management consultant with Thinktank Consulting Ltd.