Ambassador of NZ Gynaecological Cancer Foundation, elite sportswoman (rowing) and gynaecological cancer survivor.
Fiona became an Ambassador for NZ Gynaecological Cancer Foundation in 2009. She has her sights set on future achievements on the water and is grateful for the ongoing support of Rowing New Zealand. She continues to generate publicity associated with the Foundation.
Ambassador of NZ Gynaecological Cancer Foundation. From Mondays to Wednesdays Williams presents news bulletins on Television New Zealand's Breakfast and Good Morning shows, followed by the half-hour One News at Midday. He is also the co-host of the One News 6pm weekend bulletin, and the usual substitute for TV One's weekday 6pm bulletin.
Peter married Cecile van Dyk in 1976 and the couple had three children. Unfortunately, Cecile died of ovarian cancer in November 1996 at the age of 43 and he is all too aware of the need to educate New Zealand women about the early symptoms.
Ambassador of NZ Gynaecological Cancer Foundation and director of the Starship Foundation.
Sharon is one of New Zealand’s best-known and respected business women. At the age of 22, she co-founded PC Direct which quickly became New Zealand’s largest and most successful home-grown personal computer company. After selling the company in 1997, she and Tenby Powell formed Hunter Powell Investments Partners Ltd. Sharon has extensive entrepreneurial and business experience; is an experienced public speaker and has acted as a judge in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards and the Verve Cliquot Business Women of the Year. In addition to her business activities, Sharon is actively involved in the not-for-profit sector and is a past Chair and Board member of the Robin Hood Foundation. Becoming aligned with NZGCF is personal due to losing her Mum to ovarian cancer in 2011.