SIRCET’s board is made up of members of the local community. All trustees are volunteers who are passionate about SIRCET’s goals. The Trust is responsible for overseeing and maintaining the longevity and sustainability of the various Trust projects and making sure our goals and visions are achieved.
Our current trustees are:
- Di Morris
- Letitia McRitchie
- Jim Barrett
- Alasdair Burns
- Anita Herbert
SIRCET employs two staff members. Their role is to carry out the day to day operation of SIRCET’s projects.
William Gamble, Pest Manager
The Pest Manager oversees the pest control within the project area. This involves co-ordinating and supporting volunteers. Willy also manages the Community Native Plant Nursery in Horseshoe Bay, and coordinates pest control workshops including education days for visiting school or international groups.
Bridget Carter, Project Administrator
The Project Administrator manages communication, administration and education outreach within the community in relation to the Halfmoon Bay Habitat Restoration Project and other such projects undertaken by the trust. Bridget manages the Rakiura Environment Centre and coordinates the trust’s sponsorship program.