Board Members

Our Board Members

Stacey Scott

Stacey joined the Y's Board in 2016, serving as Board Chair since 2021. She is a communications professional and was elected to the Timaru District Council in 2022. Stacey has a huge heart for young people and is a tireless supporter of the Y's youth development mahi.

Josh Rooney

A Board member since 2020, Josh is the current deputy chair. He is an accounting manager who brings a financial and youthful perspective to the Board whilst hoping to help continue the great work the Y does for youth in our community.

Anna Bolland

Anna is a leadership and culture strategist based in Geraldine who joined the Y Board in 2020. Within the Y, she hopes to add value around leadership, culture, operations, strategic direction, marketing, and business overall.

Ryan Brosnahan

Ryan has a deep passion for youth development. and was appointed in April 2024 as the mana whenua representative from Te Rūnaka o Arowhenua. He is a primary school teacher in Timaru, dedicated to fostering a community where young people can grow, thrive, and become active, contributing members of society.

Malcolm Eadie

A Board member since June 2020, Malcolm is a Business Coach who facilitates workshops and provides training in strategic planning, leadership development, management of staff and teams, and more. He is a strong believer in empowering and growing young people.

Robbie Hill

Robbie brings experience in the legal profession in the commercial and conveyancing field. He joined the Y in March 2023 to support the academic development and personal growth of young people throughout the Central South Island.

Jonathan Pow

Jonny is a lawyer in Ashburton, working closely with clients on commercial and property transactions. A board member since June 2021, Jonny is keen to see young people grow throughout the Central South Island by building the Y’s educational and recreational reputation.

Barrie Suter

Barrie is a legal executive for a Timaru law firm and has been a Board member since 2013. He became involved with the Y through his interest in ensuring the Central South Island is a better place for the young people who remain here, rather than leaving to study.