Global Elite Sports were recently engaged by Basketball New Zealand to undertake the search assignment to appoint their new Chief Executive Officer. Following the completion of a strongly contested appointment process, we are pleased to confirm that Tall Blacks centurion, four-time Australian NBL champ and nine-time Kiwi NBL title-winner – Dillon Boucher has been announced as the incoming Chief Executive Officer at Basketball New Zealand to replace Iain Potter next month.
Basketball New Zealand Chief Executive, Iain Potter, will be stepping down from the role at the end of October. When Potter departs, he will have led Basketball New Zealand for just over nine years since starting the role in September 2012. It’s no secret that Basketball New Zealand was in serious trouble before he started.
Meet our Board. A member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors, Brian sits on several Boards and advisory committees. He is a Director of MSH Consulting and has a background in strategic consulting. Brian’s has a long-held interest in basketball in the Wellington region, most recently as a successful High School coach.
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As Chief Executive Officer of Basketball New Zealand (BBNZ), you will be responsible for providing tactical leadership and strategic direction for Basketball in Aotearoa, as well as coordinating all BBNZ activities in accordance with the goals and objectives of BBNZ and the Board. You will maximise opportunities and leverage off the strong growth of the sport within Aotearoa and advocate for basketball with all stakeholders.
New Basketball NZ CEO Dillon Boucher: 'I believe if you know your weaknesses, thatâ s half the battle.' He also understands basketball must capitalise on its popularity with the youth where it ...
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