Former Kāpiti Mayor Iride McCloy has announced she will be standing for a position on the Electra Trust in the upcoming trustees election.
Ms McCloy says maintaining efficient energy distribution (whilst maximising exemplary customer service and annual rebates to local consumers) is key to a thriving community.
Ms McCloy, a JP and Member of the Institute of Directors, says she offers Electra Trust the crucial blend of experience in governance, business management and advocacy – experience honed within Horowhenua and Kāpiti.
Ms MCloy is also Chairperson of Abbeyfield Kāpiti Inc. which is a charitable trust committed to the development of safe, self- sustaining housing for the elderly. She is an active voice in the establishment of a KCDC Social Housing Working Group.
“I advocate for sustainable health services and housing – supported by sustainable and affordable energy,” says Ms McCloy.