Colin McJannett has carved a long career in people care across New Zealand and Australia, working in the provision of care at executive, chief executive, governance and chair levels.
Having spent 30 years in New Zealand, Colin was involved in the development of integrated family health centres and housing for the elderly and disabled, as well as the launch of the Government’s health strategy.
Colin has an extensive history of serving on boards in the primary health and social services sector, including as Chair of the Central Primary Health Organisation (now THINK Hauora) that looks after 175,000 patients across the mid-central region of New Zealand’s North Island.
He joined Feros Care’s Board in 2017, with his goal to bring good stewardship and safeguard a robust future for the organisation. He sees Feros Care’s role as providing care through innovation, being responsive to the community and clients’ needs, and continuing to ‘operate with heart’.
His diverse resume also includes sheep and beef farming, and time spent as general manager of Product Development, and Superannuation and Unit Trusts for Westpac NZ.
Colin is a Byron Bay resident, and enjoys swimming, camping and working out at the gym.