Missions Interlink New Zealand is governed by a Council elected by subscribed members of its missions community. As Kaitiaki (guardians) of Missions Interlink, the Council appoints the Executive Officer, and every year an Executive Team is selected by the Council, mostly made up of Council office holders, to work with the Executive Officer as necessary to advance the operational objectives of Missions Interlink.
Together, the Council and Executive Officer (with the office staff) comprise the core team of Missions Interlink. The main objective of Missions Interlink is to facilitate collaborative participation among members in activities that benefit the whole missions community.
This is the current make up of the Missions Interlink Council’s Executive Team.
Executive Officer (Director)
Jay has been dedicated to mission from and within Aotearoa New Zealand since 1992. He first joined the Missions Interlink Council in 1995 and was appointed Executive Officer in November 2015.
Jon is the business manager of Pinehurst School in Albany and has served previously in the NZ Christian aid sector. An individual member of Missions Interlink, Jon brings great accounting and business management expertise to Missions Interlink as Treasurer.
Andrew is the Executive Director at MotiVate/Missionary Ventures NZ. He has been Chair of the Missions Interlink Council, and therefore on the Executive Team, since 2013.
Johannes is the National Director of Interserve NZ. He first joined the Missions Interlink Council in 2006 and was reappointed to the Executive Team in 2015.
Rob is the Director of SIM NZ. He joined the Missions Interlink Council for the first time in 2016, when he was also simultaneously elected as Vice-Chair.
Executive Team Member
Rachel is the General Director of the New Zealand Baptist Missionary Society. Rachel is well known to the community and was appointed to the Executive Team in 2016. We are delighted she is able to contribute her expertise in this way.
These are all the current members of the Missions Interlink Council.