Mrs Helen Smith the British Deputy High Commissioner to New Zealand will brief us on Brexit, and Britain's role post-Brexit along with the NZ/UK relationship.
DUNEDIN: Tuesday, 30 April 2019
WHERE: OSEA, 16 McBride Street, Dunedin
WHEN: 5.00pm - 7.00pm
INVESTMENT: OSEA members complimentary
Helen Smith arrived in July 2015 as the British Deputy High Commissioner to New Zealand.
Helen has a wide range of diplomatic experience. She comes to New Zealand from five years in London, firstly as Deputy Head of the UK Somalia Unit, and later as Head of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s (FCO’s) Operations Unit, advising the Chief Operating Officer on corporate strategy and leading a range of change and efficiency programmes.
Her previous overseas posting was as Head of Communications and Second Secretary Political at the British Embassy in Warsaw from 2007-2010. Prior to that, she worked in the FCO in London on Gibraltar/EU issues and as Private Secretary to the Director General Globalisation and Desk Officer for the Holy See.
Helen has a degree in Oriental Studies (Japanese) from Trinity College, Cambridge. She qualified as a Chartered Global Management Accountant in 2014.
Born and raised in Manchester, Helen is a lifelong Manchester City FC supporter. She enjoys hiking and singing (often at the same time) and considers herself a feminist and a film geek.
Attendance is complimentary for members, but bookings are essential.
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Free for members
$ 30.00 + GST for non-members
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