Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Meet our people

Meet our people

We’re an business association but we’re a people business too. The right people are critical to our success. Meet some of our team.
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Alan McDonald is the GM Advocacy for the EMA. Alan’s role is to set and guide the policy agenda for the EMA and lobby both central and local government on behalf of the organisation.
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Amanda is based in Rotorua. She has comprehensive knowledge and experience across all employment relations matters and is well regarded for her work specialising in bullying and harassment investigations (including sexual harassment).
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Portfolio Manager - Employment Relations, Human Resources Bernadette joined EMA in 2015 and manages the Employment Relations (ER) and Human Resources (HR) training portfolio of public courses covering introductory workshops to advanced level courses.
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​Bethany graduated with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Criminology in 2017. She has also completed a Bachelor of Laws degree in 2018. She is currently undertaking her Professional Legal Studies. She joined EMA as an Employer Advisor in April 2019​
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Bev spent several years as the Employment Counsel for the SA National Prosecuting Authority, and has continued her employment career in New Zealand with her current private law practice in the Waikato/BOP.
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