Having worked briefly as CMFnz administrator in 2018, Sarah's delighted to have the opportunity to serve the CMFnz community once again. As well as previous experience in Christian ministry and working with not-for-profit organisations, Sarah brings passion, enthusiasm and a love for Jesus. She is keen to develop relationships and see CMFnz become a support network of Christian medical students and medical professionals who encourage, teach and disciple one another, whilst being a voice in the public square.
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CMFnz Board Members
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Tim Jelleyman - Chairperson
Tim is a paediatrician working in West Auckland. He trained in Auckland and then worked in all sorts of interesting places before returning to Auckland. He is married to Elizabeth, a General Practitioner. Together they count it a privilege to see students and young doctors thriving in their Christian faith as they engage with the challenges of the medical career. Tim joined the CMFnz Board in May 2019.
Peter Le Cren - Vice-Chairperson
Pete is a barrister and health law specialist. He has over 20 years of experience in medico-legal roles and has a particular interest in supporting not-for-profit and humanitarian providers. Pete joined the CMFnz Board in February 2018.
Jeremy Baker - Vice-Chairperson
Jeremy has been a GP with a special interest in mental health since graduating from Otago University in 1981, with a fellowship from the Royal NZ College of General Practitioners and a Masters degree in Theology and psychology from Laidlaw College.
Medical director of the Church Education and Counselling Initiative, a church-based enterprise focusing on mental health and addiction issues in the community, he is also a senior lecturer at Otago University (Christchurch) and a medical educator for the Royal NZ College of GPs’ registrar programme.
Jack Haywood - Treasurer
Jack is a Rural Hospital Medicine Trainee and has worked mostly as a registrar in the Emergency Departments of the Canterbury and Manawatu - Whanganui Districts. He has been involved with CMFnz as a student and a graduate and is passionate about teaching and the work CMFnz does to network, encourage and equip students and doctors across New Zealand.
Natalie Cadzow - Secretary
Natalie is a Rural Hospital Medicine Trainee based in Timaru. She and her husband Alastair have been involved with CMFnz since their 2nd year as students and have found it extremely valuable in the transition into the medical world. She's keen to connect with and encourage students, early grads and anyone working in the South Canterbury area.
Sarah is a doctor working in Canterbury. She has been involved with CMFnz since she was a medical student and has attended a number of international congresses. She is keen to see recent graduates develop and maintain links with CMFnz.
Helen is a General Practitioner at the National Refugee Resettlement Centre in Auckland & also clinical lead for refugee health. She's been involved with CMFnz as a medical student, then in Wellington in the 1990s before returning to Auckland in 2003 and helping organise CMFnz events until 2008. She sees the value of medical students and graduates spurring each other on as followers of Christ in our different work spheres.
Steve is a Consultant Physician and Rural Hospital Specialist. He currently works part-time in Ashburton Hospital and part-time for the University of Otago Rural Postgraduate Training Programme. Having completed a Masters in Theology from Laidlaw College, he was previously a part-time pastor and now serves on the Board of Elders at South West Baptist Church. Steve has a passion for Christian community development.
Zoe Ogilvie - Student Representative Otago 2019-2020
Zoe is currently a fourth-year medical student studying at the Dunedin campus of the Otago University Medical School. She has been involved with CMFnz since 2016, serving the student group in Dunedin. She wants to see the groups in Dunedin, Christchurch and Wellington strengthened in their ability to help medical students walk with God well into their medical careers.
Callum Hammond - Student Representative Auckland 2019-2020
Callum is a medical student at the University of Auckland, currently rotating through a variety of specialist teams. He has been involved with CMFnz since 2016 and co-led the CMFnz group at Grafton Campus in 2017. He believes God uses CMFnz on campus at Auckland University to teach Christians and non-Christians alike the reality of the good news.