Meadowood House is managed by the Meadowood Management Committee:
Leona Page - House Office Manager
Leona is our can-do house manager at Meadowood House, she brings with her a wide variety of experience from her previous positions, including that of running her own business and Auckland University, where she was in charge of organising over 450 students in the engineering facaulty. Leona brings a calm confident can do attitude and a drive for excellence.
Sara Visser - Accounts Administrator & Marketing
Sara brings with her over 14 years of Office Management experience. She has a vast range of skills and expertise ranging from administration right through to cashflow management and beyond. She is very skilled in strategic planning and process development.
Lissa Burton-Burn - Chairman
Lissa joined us at the 2015 AGM and has been involved with the community houses in the area for numerous years. Lissa is passionate about making change to enhance meadowood community house, to better serve our community.
Noobar Hayk- Vice Chairman
Noobar has recently returned from a sabatical on serving on the committee for 10 years. He is a active part of the local Armenian Soceity who also perform at our annual christmas event. Noobar brings with him valued knowledge and leadership experience from being a business owner himself.
Irinia Lyanguzova - Treasurer
Irina joined us at the AGM in 2015 and has a wealth of knowledge and experience to make the accounting procedures robust and transparent.
Charlene Boyd - Secretary
Charlene joined us at the 2015 AGM as our secretary, she is a primary school teacher and brings with her a bright personality.
Linda van Eeden - Committee Member (User group representative)
I am a trained Primary and Early Childhood Teacher with 29 years experience both in South Africa and New Zealand. I work for Barnardos Early Learning, a not for profit organisation, where I am commited to do more for Kiwi kids, creating insightful ways to empower tamariki/children, families and whānau.
David Ding - Committee Member
David's successful track record is a testament to his extensive knowledge of the North Shore property market and his ability to develop targeted marketing strategies. Having experienced many different property cycles during his time in the industry, david also has a in-depth understanding of market trends.
David is well respected within his local community and enjoys supporting the Meadowood Community House, especially with the yearly events that they host during the year.
Meadowood House Incorporated was registered as an Incorporated Society in 1991 and as a charitable entity under the Charities Act 2005 on 12 March 2008.
The Auckland Council owns the community house building and Meadowood House Incorporated owns the community crèche building.