New Registrar appointed
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is pleased to announce it has appointed Andrew Galloway to the position of Registrar of the Immigration Advisers Authority.
Andrew has spent almost 20 years in regulatory facing roles in the public health and local government sectors and comes to the IAA from Health Promotion Agency where he has been the Northern Regional Manager for the past 5 years.
Andrew has a strong background in advisory and policy functions, licensing administration, regulatory compliance, experience in running effective consultation and working with stakeholders. Andrew has previously held the roles of Manager Community Safety and Manager Liquor Licensing and Street Trading at Auckland Council. He has managed complex regulatory roles, operational policy development and developing and exercising compliance and enforcement responsibilities.
With a passion for making the lives of people better, Andrew has also been a keen volunteer in community services. He spent 16 years as a volunteer firefighter and currently volunteers for MPI as an honorary fishery officer.
Andrew begins his role as Registrar for the IAA today, Wednesday 17 October.