Vili Feiloivao

Chair of Institute of Property Advisors & Consultants

Vili Feiloivao is the Chair of the Institute of Property Advisors & Consultants of the Property Institute of New Zealand and is of Samoan, German and Chinese heritage.

Vili currently holds various roles in the institute including being the current chair for the Wellington Branch, and member of the Membership Strategy Sub-Committee. He is the National Panel Valuation Manager for CoreLogic NZ maintaining key relationships between industry lenders and valuation firms, and holds particular experience in business development and strategy, stakeholder management, advisory services, and providing independent market valuations for mortgage lending purposes, feasibility analysis and development projects for multiple government agencies.

As Chair of IPAC, his hope is to contribute to the strategic direction and welfare of the institute, connect with other Pasifika and Maori property professionals, and translate discussions into real action and change.

Shaun Dornbusch

Council Member

Shaun is a Senior Property Consultant based in Christchurch. He has been largely involved in acquiring land for the Canterbury Roads of National Significance projects.

Shaun's work involves property negotiation, report and agreement preparation, investigating and determining land status, and project management.

Nicky Mitchell

Council Member

Nicky is a property advisor and director of Nelson-based Columbus Land Consultants. She is a property advisor to local government and practitioner of the Public Works Act 1981 involved in the acquisition of land for infrastructure projects in the Nelson-Tasman region, having secured land for roading and three-waters projects. She has worked on projects for the Crown, State Owned Enterprises and Territorial Local Authorities, local Iwi and private organisations. Her expertise includes land acquisition (negotiated and compulsory under the PWA), assessment of compensation entitlements, statutory notices and legalisation actions, road stopping, historic land status investigations. Nicky has a background in property valuation and Crown land property consultancy and holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Graduate Diploma in Business Studies (Urban Valuation).

Patrick Gavaghan

Council Member

Rebecca van Etten

PINZ Chief of Staff (Observer)

Rebecca is our Community Lead for each of our professional communities. This includes managing our service level and strategic partnership agreements and delivery of our national education programme, which sees her engaged at many levels throughout the organisation.

James Jenkins

Future Leader (Observer)

James is an experienced Property Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the property industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Analytical Skills, Occupancy, Lease Administration, and Investments. Strong real estate professional with a Bachelor of Business Studies focused in Property Valuation, Management and Development from Massey University.

Hayley Brownlie

Future Leader (Observer)

Hayley is a Senior Property Consultant at The Property Group Limited (TPG), based in Napier and covering projects nationwide. She is a former Registered Valuer, full Member of the Property Institute of New Zealand and the New Zealand Institute of Valuers.

Justin Latchford

Future Leader (Observer)