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

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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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Brett O’Riley is the Chief Executive of the EMA, having commenced in that role in January 2019. He is a graduate of Victoria University of Wellington, with post graduate qualifications from MIT (Boston) and Singularity University (San Jose).
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David's role as Manager of EMA training courses, events and conferences combines his passions for training, IT and business process improvement.
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Kayne is the Manager of the EMA’s Membership Services. Kayne heads the membership team, whose mission is to provide value to EMA members and help NZ businesses succeed.
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Paul is Manager of IT and joined the EMA in May 2011. He has a strong background in IT and ERP solutions for manufacturing and distribution, having worked in this field for more than 20 years.
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