Paul Bennett

(Board Chair)


Chief Executive Officer – Braemar Hospital


Diploma in Management Services

Chartered Member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors


I have held CEO or general management positions in the profit and not-for-profit sectors both in New Zealand and Australia. I am currently CEO of Braemar Hospital Ltd, one of New Zealand’s largest private surgical hospitals. My current governance roles include:

  • Deputy chair of the Waikato Branch of the Institute of Directors
  • Director of Linkage Ltd
  • Director of Keys Social Housing Ltd
  • Chair and independent member of the Audit & Risk Committee, Hauraki District Council

I joined the Enrich+ board in October 2011 and was delighted when I became chairperson of the Board of Trustees in October 2012.


Simon Lockwood

(Deputy Chair)


Branch Director – Crombie Lockwood Insurance Brokers


BA (Hons), International Management

Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute

Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing

Masters of Business Administration

Chartered Member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors


As a member of the Institute of Directors Committee I have an ongoing interest and activism in governance.  Having served as Chair of School and Not for Profit organisations, I also have the honour of gaining a one year placement on the board of Hamilton Airport through the Aspiring Directors Award.  My day to day role at Crombie Lockwood provides a great foundation on which to provide good governance given I am in the risk business.

Andrew Johnson


Managing Director – IT Partners


BECom, University of Waikato

Chartered Member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors


Making a difference and improving peoples wellbeing aligns with my own personal values, and being involved with Enrich+ also enables me to give back to the community that I live in. With various governance roles, including the Institute of Financial Advisors, Waikato Anglican College Trust and Inframax Construction Limited. I bring to the board a range of commercial experience, across a diverse set of industries as well as practical governance skills.

Maree Haddon


Finance Business Partner – Genesis Energy


BMS Accounting, University of Waikato


I’m a Finance Business Partner at Genesis, having moved from a Tax specialist at PwC into the commercial corporate world. In September 2016 I joined the Board of Trustees for Enrich+ and Enrich+ Spectrum Energy as an observer through the IoD Emerging Director Award.  In January 2018 I joined both Boards as a full Board member.  I am currently serving as deputy chair for the McKenzie Charitable Trust Board. I'm passionate about strong governance and leadership in the disability sector, having experience as a parent of two young boys both of whom have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.



Scott Ratuki


Partner - Tompkins Wake


LLB, University of Waikato


I am a Partner at Tompkins Wake Lawyers, and have over 15 years experience practicing law.  I joined the Board of Trustees in June 2016.  As someone who has experienced the challenges faced by a family member with disabilities, I was excited by the prospect of bringing that experience and my legal background to Enrich+.  It is an organisation I hold in very high regard and I have been inspired by the enthusiasm and dedication of the staff of Enrich+.


Shelley Campbell


CEO – Waikato / Bay of Plenty Cancer Society


I am the CEO of the Waikato Bay of Plenty Cancer Society providing cancer prevention and community support services to over 700,00 people in the region. I am a member of the Health Review Panel and Board member of Te Pou and Le Va. Growing up in Te Awamutu I have watched Enrich+ grow and develop over many years so it was a privilege to join the Enrich + Board in 2018.