Board Of Directors
Professor Michael Findlay MBChB, FRACP, MD Chair of Oncology, University of Auckland Head, Discipline of Oncology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland Director, Cancer Trials New Zealand, University of Auckland Service Clinical Director Research, Auckland District Health Board Regional Cancer & Blood Service Board member, Cancer Society Auckland and Northland Scientific Advisory Board member, Australasian GI Trials Group Board Chair, Canopy Cancer Care (healthcare facility)
Anna St GeorgeBoard Member Anna has a long history in the advertising industry and company ownership. She is an expert in marketing and communications, in particular media strategy, digital marketing.
Lisa ToiLisa has 25 years commercial/strategic experience across range of industries and global organisations including 21 years in the NZ healthcare sector. She is currently a consultant providing strategic, stakeholder engagement consulting and project management resource to a range of public and private organisations engaging in consumer-centred digital health or behaviour change programmes. Her passion for gastro-intestinal cancers is due to her mother dying from bowel and liver cancer as well as her father living with metastatic bowel cancer.
Tim MilesChairman Tim Miles joined the Genesis Board in November 2016 and is a member of the Company's Human Resources and Remuneration Committee and the Nominations Committee. Tim also served as Chair on the Advisory Boards of Revera Ltd and the CCL Group. Tim began his career with IBM and then joined Data General Corporation rising to Director of Marketing-Asia Pacific. He has had CEO roles with Vodafone NZ and UK; Managing Director of PGG Wrightson; and Spark Digital.
Dr Lorraine ChantrillB.Sc.(Hons) MBBS(Hons) FRACP PhD Dr Chantrill is a Senior Staff Specialist Medical Oncologist and Head of Service for Medical Oncology across the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD), and Area Clinical Director of Clinical Trials. Dr Chantrill treats patients with any cancers of the digestive tract as well as gynaecological cancers and lung cancers. She is a key opinion leader and expert in the field of pancreas cancer and is the current chair of the Australian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group (AGITG).
Dame Rosie HortonPatron Dame Rosemary Horton DNZM QSO QSM is a philanthropist and mentor for New Zealand charities. Her passion and focus, over 40 years, has been women and children. Founding Chairman of the following: Friends of Aotea Trust, The Aotea Centre Performing Arts Trust, Frieoundation nds of Starship and Trustee of the Starship Foundation. Chairman of NZ Breast Cancer Fand Chairman or Trustee of numerous other charitable organisations too many to mention. In 2011 she became a Dame Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her services to philanthropy. In She was named EY ASB Social Entrepreneur 2013. Other awards include the New Zealand 1990 Commemoration Medal, the Mayors Living Legend Award in Auckland, Distinguished Citizen of Auckland Award and The Catherine Variety Sheridon Award from the children’s charity Variety. The Henry A Rosso Award for Ethical Fundraising.