Deputy Chief Executive
Todd has provided economic and policy advice to public, private and NGO clients. Major projects have been delivered on a range of subjects including health, environment, housing and cultural issues.
Todd has held senior management positions in the Ministry of Health, Ministry for the Environment, Department of Labour and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Todd worked in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Policy Advisory Group from 2004-2007 and chaired the Officials’ Social Policy Committee.
He has led New Zealand delegations to the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, UN Environment Programme and WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. In 2000 he was seconded to the Office of Director General at the World Health Organisation to work on agency reform.
Todd is a patron of the McGuinness Institute, a Wellington based non-partisan futures thinktank.
Krieble, T. and D. Tavich. 2017. Civics and Citizenship Education in New Zealand. A Case for Change? Policy Quarterly Vol 13. iss.4 article link.
Gault, P and T. Krieble. 2016. Do Citizens and Communities Have the News and Information they Need and Want in a Digital Age? Policy Quarterly Vol. 12, iss. 2 article link.
Health review is the easy bit: it's leading the change that's hard by Todd Krieble and Greg Coster. Read the article here.
Where does Peter Snell's singlet belong? Todd's opinion article can be read here.
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A study to determine the feasibility of establishing a Pacific cultural experience and entertainment centre in Auckland.
New Zealand has 20 district health boards (DHBs) for a population of less than 5 million. Because of a lack of transparency, we do not know the costs of administering DHBs. But prima facie evidence suggests it is time to consolidate DHBs and free up administrative resources to use for additional services.