Institute of Certified NZ Bookkeepers

Executive Committee

Members of the Executive are elected at the Annual General Meeting, serve for 12 months and meet at least 6 times a year.  The Executive Committee is made up of the following elected roles:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Ordinary Members (x5)

The Executive Committee must meet at least 6 times a year, and currently meet monthly (except in January).  These meetings are held alternatively as online group video meetings, and Face-to-Face Strategic Planning Days, usually held on the 2nd Friday of the month.

As well as the Officers roles, who have their own responsibilities, all committee members are assigned portfolios and serve under these throughout the year.


The Association currently employ 4 staff who manage the administrative functions of the Association on a daily basis




Di Crawford-Errington

The President is the figurehead of the Association and is key in the success of the organisation. They are the representative for all public occasions and are to ensure all standards are followed via the constitution.
The main responsibility of the position is to give strategic direction to the association and to develop and drive association growth. They will build and maintain strong relationships with strategic partners and oversee strategic activities with close liaison with the Vice President to ensure that all activity is aligned with the strategic plan and overall association strategy.



Vice President

Lisa Martin

The Vice President is a key contributor to the development of the associations operational goals and delivering strategy.  In addition the Vice President is in charge of developing and implementing more sophisticated policies and procedures both in finance and general operational realms. This role is responsible for the achievement of the KPI’s in alignment with the association’s vision and direction.



Julie Russell

The Secretary provides administrative support to the President and Vice President and all other staff as necessary. Areas of coverage include Board of Director meetings, policies and procedures of the Association, and general administration assistance.



Sue Inkersell

The Treasurers role is responsible for maintaining an overview of the association’s financial affairs, to help ensure its financial viability. The Treasurer is to ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained in such a way that funding and sponsorship processes take place as needed.

Ordinary Members


Joanne Mankelow


Linda Klok

Portfolio(s): HR, Member Services


Support team


Executive Officer

Greg Steed

To promote the ICNZB to current members, sponsors and prospective.  This key role supports the Executive Committee in delivering the strategic goals of the Association, builds key customer relationships and identifies business opportunities.



Lynn Render