Megan Campbell

Tel: + 64 4 914 1751
Cell: +64 27 2279 222

Megan started her working life in policy and administrative roles for the Housing Corporation, The Treasury and the then Ministry of Social Policy.  She then spent several years as a researcher, policy advisor and head of the Opposition Research Unit. 

Megan then established her own government relations business, working for a wide range of clients from not-for-profits through to multi-national corporates. 

Megan has strong working relationships across all political parties, and within the wider public service and industry.  She has a keen interest in legislative interpretation and House process, and is known for her ability to provide guidance on the impact of proposed changes to government policy.  Megan has extensive campaign and advocacy experience, particularly in conscience vote issues. Megan also oversees the qualitative research programme for Curia Market Research.

Megan is currently the Chairman of Board of Trustees of Te Kuranui o Rototuna (Rototuna Junior and Senior High Schools), a lay member on the Psychotherapists Board, and a board member of Sport Waikato. Megan has also been a judge to the Westpac Waikato Business Awards for the last two years. Megan and her husband are also major shareholders of a leading drilling and mining supplies company.

Megan has served on the Medication Radiation Technologists Board, Medical Sciences Secretariat, the Waikato Conservation Board, Foundation of Youth Development (Waikato), and the Te Totara Primary School Board of Trustees.

Megan and her husband Tim have two children, two Beagles and live in the mighty Waikato.