soon after being appointed
Another senior figure has resigned from national education provider Te Pūkenga soon after being appointed – 10 weeks into the job.
Wellington-based Richard Forgan was unveiled as deputy chief executive strategy and transformation at Te Pūkenga on December 1. He resigned on February 7 and will finish on March 3.
He is the latest Te Pūkenga senior leader to quit soon after joining.
Deputy chief executive Merran Davis quit her “dream job” after eight months in April 2021, while Matthew Walker resigned as chief financial officer after less than 12 weeks in September last year.
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