Meet our 2022/23 Emerging Leaders

The Property Council Emerging Leaders Programme, produced in partnership with JLL, is an exclusive member-only opportunity for industry-specific mentoring and guidance. The matching process is extensive, with the team working through the specific outcomes desired by both mentees and mentors to ensure all pairs have the greatest chance of success.

Now in its fifth year, the Emerging Leaders Programme has built a reputation for developing future leaders, as well as providing mentors with some valuable insights from their younger counterparts. By no means is this a one-way street of knowledge, every participant has the opportunity to learn, grow and enhance their career.

A huge congratulations to this year’s group of mentors and mentees:

2022/23 Mentoring Pairs
Mentor Mentee
Craig Dodds

Argosy Property
Thomas Denhardt

Thomas Denhardt
Shane Davis

Greenstone Group
Olivia Heaslip

Christchurch City Council
David Jones

Stellar Projects
David Loveridge

Watson Group
Davida Dunphy

Wynn Williams
Alex McAllister

Boutique Body Corporates
Davina Henderson

Colliers
Jamie Leach

C3 Construction
Francie Lawson

Beca
Giorgia Evans

Metlifecare
Joanna Den Hollander

Ngāi Tahu Property
Kristy jones

TSA Management
Graeme McDonald

JLL
Samantha Morris

Aurecon
Jonathan Armstrong

AMP Capital
Jack Larsen

Summerset Group Holdings
Kevin Russ

Tailor Inc
Sean Wijanto

Sonn Group
Paul Spackman

Spackman Property Management
Liam Matheson

JLL
Phil Doyle

Greenstone Group
Luke Hodgkinson

Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities
Ricky Schamall

Harrison Grierson
Erin Nugent

JLL
Shelley Jenkin

Kiwi Property
Olivia Heighton

Precinct Properties
Vernon Lu

Octa Associates
Charles Tudehope

Bayleys
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Emerging Leaders Programme

Applications for the 2023/24 Emerging Leaders Programme will open in mid-2023.

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