Bryan Jamison

Executive Chair, Citycare Group


Jennifer Rolfe

Director, Citycare Group

Jennifer Rolfe was appointed as a Director on 31 October 2014. Jennifer holds a First Class Honours degree in Marketing Management from the University of Otago and has spent her professional career running a number of the country's biggest and most successful multinational advertising agencies. She is an experienced marketing strategist, having worked with many of New Zealand's top companies and brands, with a particular emphasis on data and digital innovation in marketing. She is currently Managing Partner of a successful, highly-awarded and independent advertising agency, Rainger and Rolfe. Jennifer has served on a number of boards over the last 10 years.


Mark Todd

Director, Citycare Group

Mark Todd was appointed as a Director in October 2012. Mark has a Masters degree in Accountancy from the University of Canterbury. Until late 2015 he was an Executive Director of ASX and NZX listed retailer Kathmandu Holdings Limited, where his executive management roles over a 17-year career included Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer. Mark has extensive experience in growth strategy development and execution, the sale and listing of companies and trans-Tasman business. He is a Member of the Institute of Directors and a Chartered Accountant.


Graham Darlow

Director, Citycare Group

Graham Darlow recently completed a career in engineering design and construction. He has chaired the Canterbury Safety Charter from its inception and was awarded Safeguard Safety Leader of the Year in 2016. Previously he has been General Manager of both Brian Perry Civil and Fletcher Infrastructure and was Chief Executive of Construction at Fletcher Building.


Penny Hoogerwerf

Director, Citycare Group

Penny Hoogerwerf was appointed as a Director in November 2017. Penny has a Bachelor of Laws and Arts degree from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, and has over 15 years' experience as a corporate lawyer. Her trans-Tasman career has included partnership at a leading New Zealand law firm and a number of General Counsel roles, including most recently the Central Plains Water infrastructure project. She is a legal and corporate governance specialist, with strong infrastructure and construction experience. Penny is a member of the Institute of Directors and the Law Society of New Zealand.