MIA is governed by a Council of nine member executives plus an Independent Chair.
John is the Independent Chairman of the Meat Industry Association. He has had a longstanding involvement in the New Zealand Meat Industry; initially in an executive capacity as Finance Manager and then Chief Executive Officer of Richmond Limited. More recently he has served on the boards of Firstlight Foods and Lean Meats.
John is also Chairman of Tru-Test Corporation Limited and Powerco Limited. He is also a director of Augusta Capital Limited and Port of Napier Limited. John is a former Chairman of Zespri Group Limited, and a former director of the New Zealand Meat Producers Board and AgResearch Limited.
John and his wife Kathryn established and own Askerne Estate Winery.
Tim is MIA's Chief Executive. He is Chairman of Ovine Automation Ltd, and is a Director of Beef + Lamb New Zealand Inc; Ovis Management Limited; the Shippers' Council; and the American Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand. Tim is also co-chair of the Strategic Directions Group with the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI).Email Tim
Peter Conley is the Group Chief Executive of ANZCO Foods Limited and has been a Council member since April 2017. Peter has worked in various roles at ANZCO Foods since 1991.
Tony is currently the Managing Director of Greenlea Premier Meats Limited.
In addition to being a member of the Meat Industry Association Council, Tony also serves as a Director of Dairy Goat Co-operative and as a Trustee of Agmardt – an agricultural and marketing research and development trust.
Tony’s previous roles include CEO for AsureQuality; CEO for AFFCO NZ and Managing Director, Marketing and Finance for Greenlea Premier Meats Ltd.
In addition to these management roles, Tony has taken on a number of Directorships at both industry and international business levels and has represented New Zealand at a number of international forums.
Simon is the Chief Executive of Taylor Preston Ltd and has been a Council member since September 2009. Simon is also a member of the Strategic Directions Group with the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI)
Simon is the Chief Executive of Silver Fern Farms and became an MIA Council member in April 2018.
Simon Limmer was appointed Chief Executive of Silver Fern Farms in March 2018. He is responsible for leading the company, the delivery of strategy and financial performance, and engaging with customers, staff, farmer suppliers, and shareholders.
Formerly with Zespri, Simon held a range of general management positions during his 10 years within the organisation, including; Chief Operating Officer, GM China and GM Global Supply.
Simon comes with deep commercial experience in the food, manufacturing and service sectors both here in New Zealand and in several of the key international markets in which we operate.
Simon is a graduate of the University of Waikato with a Bachelor of Management Studies. He received a Prime Minister’s Scholarship in 2010 and completed the highly regarded INSEAD Singapore - Asian International Executive Programme. In 2015 he attended the Te Hono Movement NZ Primary Sector Bootcamp at Stanford University.
Tim is the Director of Advance Marketing Limited and has been a Council member since 2011.
Fred is the Managing Director of Wilson Hellaby Limited which includes Auckland Meat Processors Ltd and PVL Proteins Ltd. He is also a Director of Farmlands Mathias Ltd and the Auckland Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Fred has been an MIA Council member since February 2009. He is the Chairman of Beef and Lamb Incorporated and the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce.
Craig is the Managing Director of Progressive Meats Limited and has been a Council member since 2003.
David is the Chief Executive of Alliance Group Limited. David joined the Council following his appointment to Alliance Group in January 2015, having come from Fletcher Building's Australian-based The Laminex Group.
Rowan is a director of AFFCO - a member of the Talleys group of companies. Rowan is also a member of the Strategic Directions Group with Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI).