The Well Foundation team is here to harness love and goodwill from the community so we can support the Waitemata DHB in its promise of “best care for everyone.
We’re here to accept, encourage and inspire support in all forms – financial donations, bequests, volunteer time as well as offers of goods and services. There are many ways you can get involved and it all helps, no matter the size.
As a small but committed team, we bring a broad range of skills and expertise to manage support in a professional, accountable and respectful manner. We look forward to meeting you, talking to you about our projects – and thanking you for believing in our cause – to advance healthcare for the people of North Shore, Rodney and Waitakere. Contact us
Andrew worked most recently as an advisor to the Waitemata DHB on creating a bold, dynamic and community focused fundraising entity. Andrew has been involved in top-level management, fundraising and philanthropy for well over a decade, having previously been CEO of the Starship Foundation. Apart from his deep commitment to helping those in need and promoting wellness, he is also a fitness fanatic, a great match for his previous role as Global Marketing Director for Les Mills International. Andrew started his career in media, and served as a senior reporter for the NZ Herald for many years. Any spare time is dedicated to his wife and their three very energetic children - and the gym.
Louise joins the Well Foundation from her most recent role in administration at North Shore Hospice. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and skills with a career spanning 20 plus years in administration and office management, with most of that time spent working for insurance brokers and even a stint at dairy and later beef farming. Louise grew up on the North Shore and is proud to call it home. When she’s not working, Louise is kept busy being mum to her son and two daughters.
Communications and Marketing Manager
Fresh from a similar role at Mercy Hospice in Auckland, Rebecca has previously managed communications for MPs in Parliament, been a news reporter for Fairfax Suburban Newspapers and even started her own fitness business in Sydney. In her spare time you'll find Rebecca with her husband and daughter enjoying road trips, taking nature walks or swimming at the beach.