Meet Our Team
Cliff is of Scottish and Maori descent. He grew up in Auckland but has lived most of his adult life in the Kaitaia/Ahipara area with wife Kathy since the early 1980’s. Initially establishing a commercial organic producing fruit some for export. Cliff has been motivated to improve the local economy, provide opportunities in the forum of real jobs for the more marginalised society and enhance the environment. So along with Warren Snow CBEC was established over 25 years ago and continues to operate an extensive range of Social Enterprises throughout Northland today.
Senior Finance Accountant
Jessica is the Senior Finance Accountant for CBEC and also looks after the financials for Healthy Homes. Jessica joined CBEC earlier this year and is very responsive to issues that need urgent attention, showing maturity above her years. Jessica is a provisional Chartered Accountant and has experience in critical thinking, business analysis and problem solving. She is also bilingual, proficient in both English and Chinese. Jessica is interested in environmental sustainability, community development and will make a great addition to the team.
Operations Manager, Healthy Homes
Sean is the Operations Manager within Healthy Homes and has worked for the company since March 2016 .
Sean ensures that the daily operations are running smoothly. Duties include working with Administration, supporting the sales team, assessing new jobs, visiting property managers, looking after our fleet and generally bringing together all the loose ends to make operations tick.
Sean emigrated to New Zealand in 2008 and gained citizenship in 2016. Outside of work Sean has a busy family life. Married to Sharon with two children Nicole 24, Robbie 16 and two grandchildren Brooke 5 and Kayden 1.
CBEC – Operations Co ordinator
Delwyn started at CBEC part time 4 years ago and in that time the role has increased over that period.
Delwyn enjoys learning the different duties CBEC has to offer and also the whanau outlook.
A big driver to home was to be closer to her whanau. Delwyn has 3 beautiful children and 6 mokopuna who are the light of her life. Spending quality time with the whanau and living so close to the ocean is the ultimate dream.