Humphry has been in business on his own account for over 40 years and owns a number of private businesses operating in New Zealand, Australia, Fiji and the United Kingdom.
He is a distinguished Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Directors and a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Management.
He is Chairman of the 180 Degrees Trust and The Christchurch Foundation.
After studying commerce and law at Canterbury University and working in a Christchurch accounting and share broking firm Jeremy embarked on a career in farming.
With his wife Amanda and family they farmed stud sheep, cattle and deer for 35 years in North Canterbury and Southern Marlborough.
After moving off the farm he was CEO of the Delta Community Support Trust for six years before starting the 180 Degrees Trust in conjunction with six other colleagues.
He has a passion for assisting young people by offering experiences and challenges in the Canterbury high country.
Trained Primary teacher. Has owned food and clothing businesses. Director St. Georges Hospital. Trustee of the Oncology Board at St. Georges. Chairperson St Georges Cancer Institute Trust and Chairperson Fundraising Committee. On the Salvation Army Advisory Board. Family mentor for the Salvation Army. Trustee of the Bone Marrow Cancer Trust. Chairman of the Bone Marrow fundraising committee. Trustee 180 Degrees.
She is a keen rower, tennis player and gym fitness. In January 2014 Cilla won the Queen’s Honour Award, and Member New Zealand Order of Merit [MNZM] for contributions to the health profession and the community.
Neil is Managing Director of MoneyTime. He gained a B Com/LLB at the University of Otago and a University Blue for Athletics. He thrives in the outdoors, enjoying tramping, skiing, sailing and mountain biking. Married with three children Neil is passionate about helping those less fortunate than himself. His MoneyTime financial literacy programme sums up his philosophy –
“We believe financial literacy is an essential life skill for all children. By teaching it to children we can make a real difference to their lifelong financial outcomes. Learning early means they develop positive attitudes and behaviours.”
Neil likes to help out on 180 camps and expeditions when he can.
Keith founded EMDA in 1998 to provide NZ manufacturers with business software that would enable them to become more competitive internationally.
He has completed the Individual C2C himself and his EMDA team are also enthusiastic C2C competitors.
Keith has led the 2020/21 180 initiative of entering our two teams of students in the February 2021 C2C team event coordinating training, gear and volunteers to see a successful campaign.
Kiri has a background in real estate, business and banking with a Bachelor in Strategic Management. Currently alternate director for Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, working actively with her marae down in Invercargill, and works in a voluntary role as chair for raka Aparima Holdings Board.
Passionate about giving back to her iwi, as well as growing and developing our rangatahi into future leaders Kiri has already had valuable input into 180.
Glen is currently an Airbus pilot for Air New Zealand . As well as being a pilot he is owner and managing director of FENCO Truck and Transport which operates throughout New Zealand. He also advises and helps employ pilots recently made redundant.
Glen has been on 180 expeditions and is a huge asset in the logistics and organisational areas and also on camps where he leads by example being a role model and a magnet for our young people.
Nick has joined the board as a recently retired Judge of the High Court. He now works from Bankside Chambers in Auckland and Plymouth Chambers in Christchurch in arbitration and mediation. He has long involvement with 180, in fact since inception in 2008. His experience in the law exposed him to the deprivation and disadvantage of so many at risk youth, and is the motivation for his joining the board.