Carolyn Tremain has over 25 years' experience leading large, complex service delivery organisations, and substantial change management programmes.
She is currently the Chief Executive and Comptroller of the New Zealand Customs Service, which plays a critical role in New Zealand’s economy and security through the facilitation of trade and travel, and the collection of Crown revenue.
In addition to her Customs responsibilities, Carolyn is Chair of the Auckland Career Board, Deputy Chair of the Leadership Development Centre and is a member of the Victoria University of Wellington Business School Advisory Board and the Auckland Kindergarten Association.
Prior to joining Customs in 2011, Carolyn held the roles of Deputy Commissioner Service Delivery and Deputy Commissioner People, Capabilities, and Governance at Inland Revenue. She was responsible for frontline service delivery functions including audit and investigations, contact centres, customer operations, customer and product innovation, litigation management, and the integration of new government programmes.
Earlier in her career, Carolyn worked for Air New Zealand where she was head of the Human Resources and Organisational Change for the Air New Zealand Group.
Carolyn holds a Bachelor of Arts from Victoria University, Wellington.
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Friday, 28 October 2016