Board of Directors

Tony Carter, Chairman

Tony is a highly respected director and sits on the Board of a number of New Zealand companies. He was managing director of Foodstuffs New Zealand Limited for ten years, until his retirement in 2010. Tony is also chairman of Air New Zealand Limited and Blues Management Limited, a director of Fletcher Building Limited, and ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited, and a trustee of the Maurice Carter Charitable Trust.
 
Master of Engineering, Master of Philosophy

Lewis Gradon, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer

Lewis became Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer in April 2016. Prior to that, he spent 15 years as Senior Vice President – Products & Technology, and six years as General Manager – Research and Development. During his 33 year tenure with Fisher & Paykel Healthcare he has held various engineering positions and overseen the development of our complete healthcare product range. 
 
Bachelor of Science – Physics

Michael Daniell

Mike was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Fisher & Paykel Healthcare from November 2001 to March 2016. He was General Manager of Fisher & Paykel’s medical division from 1990 to 2001 and previously held various technical management and product design roles within the company. Mike is a member of the Council of the University of Auckland, a director of Tait Limited and Chair of the Medical Technologies Centre of Research Excellence.
 
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons)

Pip Greenwood

Pip is a leading figure in the field of commercial law and became a director in June 2017. She is also a board member and senior partner at Russell McVeagh, with over ten years' experience on its board and has served as the firm's Board Chair. Pip joined Russell McVeagh as a Partner in 2001 and has since advised on many of New Zealand's market-leading transactions that have changed the face of different industries. She served as a member of the New Zealand Takeovers Panel from 2007 to 2011 and is a current trustee of the Auckland Writers Festival.
 
Bachelor of Law degree 

Geraldine McBride

Geraldine has been involved in the technology industry for 29 years and has a wealth of global experience. She has held senior executive roles at SAP AG and Dell Inc, and is a former President of SAP North America. She is a current director of National Australia Bank and Sky Network Television Ltd, and the founder and CEO of MyWave – a global leader in the AI/Intelligent Assistant market.
 
Bachelor of Science – Zoology

Donal O'Dwyer

Donal is Chairman of Atcor Medical Pty Limited and a director of Cochlear Limited, Mesoblast Limited and NIB Holdings Limited. From 1996 to 2003, he worked for Cordis Cardiology, initially as its president (Europe) and from 2000 to 2003 as its worldwide president. Prior to joining Cordis, Donal worked for 12 years with Baxter Healthcare, rising from plant manager in Ireland to president of the Cardiovascular Group, Europe, now Edwards Lifesciences.
 
Bachelor of Engineering, Master of Business Administration

Scott St John

Scott became director in October 2015. He is Chancellor of the University of Auckland, and a director of Mercury, Fonterra Cooperative Group Limited and Fonterra Shareholders' Fund. Scott was Chief Executive Officer of First NZ Capital from 2002 to March 2017. He joined First NZ Capital’s predecessor company CS First Boston in 1993 following seven years at Hendry Hay McIntosh. Scott is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and a fellow of the Institute of Finance Professionals of New Zealand.

Bachelor of Commerce, Diploma in Business

Neville Mitchell 

Neville was Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of Cochlear Limited between 1995 and 2017. He is non-executive director of Sonic Healthcare, Osprey Medical and Q’Biotics Group and a member of the Australian Board of Taxation and a director of the South East Sydney Local Health District Board. Previously, he served on the New South Wales Medical Devices Fund, was Chairman of the Group of 100, and Chairman, Standing Committee (Accounting and Auditing), for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

Bachelor of Commerce