Trustees

Tiina Hall-Turner FIPENZ (Chair)

Tiina has a Chemical and Materials Engineering background and is a Technical Director of Beca Ltd, based in Auckland.

Her career has encompassed a number of practice areas including production at the New Zealand Refining Company, technical marketing with Alfa-Laval, contracting for Liquid Technologies, and consulting with Process Developments, Det Norske Veritas and Beca.

Tiina strongly believes that engineering and its technological applications play a fundamental role in both the present and future prosperity of New Zealand. She has served on IPENZ branches in Northland, Waikato/Bay of Plenty and Auckland, recently completed three terms as an elected member of the IPENZ Governing Board, and is currently a member of the IPENZ Standards and Accreditation Board.

Tiina continues to be involved in IPENZ and is looking forward to assisting the IPENZ Foundation to achieve its goals.

Chantelle Bailey MIPENZ

Chantelle is currently a Structural Engineer with GHD Limited based in Palmerston North, and has previously had a career as a qualified Aircraft Technician in the Royal New Zealand Air Force. She has built on her technical career through completing a Civil Engineering degree at University of Auckland; and more recently becoming a Chartered Structural Engineer in 2016. 


Chantelle has a multicultural background from the South Pacific and by increasing her profile and networking through professional groups, such as SESOC and NZSEE, she wants to encourage others with similar backgrounds to see an increase with participation of a diverse professional group. 

Chantelle was a Manawatu Futureintech ambassador and strongly dedicated to encourage youth to maintain science and maths subjects throughout high school.  She is passionate about the importance of connecting engineering with the community. Previously she spent two years as an IPENZ Manawatu committee member and is still actively involved with the branch.

Having been a successful recipient of the Ardmore Scholarship (2011) and Resolve Group Scholarship (2010) she understands how life changing it can be.  Chantelle’s values align with the IPENZ Foundation and she see her time as a trustee as a privilege and is committed to deliver in a high professional manner.

Warren Tocker ACA

Warren is having a fantastic career meeting great people and enjoying the Wellington winds of change. He has a depth of experience as a CFO and in management consulting which is invaluable when leading his HR and recruitment firm. Over his career he has worked in financial management in central and local government, marketing for Tourism Queenstown, and management consulting with Ernst and Young. As well as this, Warren has experience in the HR industry, specialising in recruitment for a wide variety of fields ranging from engineering through to general management.

With his Directorship responsibilities and keen interest in youth development, Warren brings energy, leadership and a positive attitude to his work and his adventures outside of work. He is excited with the opportunity to add value to the careers and professional development of engineers through his association with the IPENZ Foundation.

John Boshier FIPENZ

John Boshier is the Principal of his own company, Boshier Consulting, and works on energy and organisational matters. Clients include the Centre for Advanced Engineering in Christchurch.

Previously he was Executive Director of the National Generators Forum, the representative body for Australia’s electricity generators. For five years he was Chief Executive of Engineers Australia, the professional institution for all engineers.

Before moving to Australia in 1999, he was a General Manager in the Electricity Corporation of New Zealand, and Chief Executive of Capital Power, Wellington’s electricity retailer. He has also been Assistant Secretary of Energy in the New Zealand government.

John is an active member of the Rotary Club of Wellington, where he is Trustee of the Eureka Trust, which organises the Sir Paul Callaghan Awards for young science orators. He has published a number of technical papers in energy policy and engineering.

Will Chaney GIPENZ

Will has a degree in Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, and has had a diverse career since graduating spanning the food, television, telecommunications and energy industries.  Will was a part of the leadership team at IPENZ as the General Manager - Change.

Will brings a customer oriented approach to complex change programmes that usually involve the implementation of new technology.

Will is on the advisory boards of two hospitality businesses in Wellington and has his own consulting business.

Leighton Duke GIPENZ

Based in Auckland, Leighton is an Systems Engineering Associate with Beca Limited.

Leighton has built on his Engineering Science degree from Auckland University to work in the requirements analysis, design and project management of both public and private sector integrated Information Technology systems. His passion for overcoming challenges by applying reasoning and logic has seen him provide high level support to a diverse range of clients.

Dedicated to the development of the Engineering and Information Technology fields, Leighton previously held an active role in the Wellington IPENZ Branch as Secretary and subsequently Chair. He has shared his passion and skills with young people through FutureinTech Wellington. With a commitment to the highest professional standards and integrity, Leighton is pleased to continue his contribution to the development of Engineering in New Zealand in line with the values of IPENZ Foundation.