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ACC appoints chief executive

Megan Main currently leads MIQ group in MBIE.

Wed, 29 Sep 2021

Accident Compensation Corporation chair Hon Steve Maharey is pleased to announce that Megan Main has been appointed as the organisation’s new chief executive.

Main leads New Zealand’s managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) group within the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment. Previously she was deputy chief executive of the Ministry’s corporate, governance and information group. She will take up the role at ACC in late November 2021.

“Megan Main is a highly effective and capable leader with a proven record in successfully managing large organisations in both New Zealand and Australia,” Maharey said.

“With a strong background in healthcare and delivering quality public services, Megan shares the board’s vision of delivering an accident compensation scheme that is accessible, equitable and affordable, and meets the evolving expectations of New Zealanders.

“We look forward to the energy and manaaki Megan will bring to the role during a time of reform for the wider health and social sectors.”    

Main said she was keen to engage with the nearly 4000 ACC staff located from Whangarei to Invercargill and with a wide range of the corporation’s stakeholders and customers.

“ACC is here for all New Zealanders and it’s important customers understand and trust how it can best support them and their wellbeing to prevent injuries, and be there when accidents do occur,” Main said.


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