Rob Campbell has announced his departure from the Board of Directors, effective January 1, 2022.
He has decided to resign as a SkyCity director after four years in the job. He was appointed as a director in 2017 and promoted to Chair of the Board in 2018.
Campbell will move on to additional responsibilities, including serving as the new Chair of the Health NZ Interim Board and Chancellor of Auckland University of Technology.
“Rob has been a great Chairman of SkyCity and has managed the group through some extremely trying times, including the New Zealand International Convention Centre fire and the Covid-19,” said Michael Ahearne, SkyCity CEO.
“Rob has also been a driving force behind SkyCity’s sustainability, social responsibility, and compliance programs.” With a revamped Board, a financially stable balance sheet, and an experienced management team, he leaves SkyCity in a great position.”
“Rob has also been a catalyst and champion of SkyCity’s environmental, social responsibility, and compliance improvement projects,” Ahearne stated. With a revamped Board, a financially stable balance sheet, and an experienced management team, he leaves SkyCity in a great position.”
This comes after a slew of new changes for SkyCity at the start of the year, including the appointment of Callum Mallett, a new New Zealand COO. SkyCity will now begin the process of selecting a new Chair.