Graeme Titcombe, of Wellington, ONZM, for services to the home support sector and the community
Graeme Titcombe is the former CEO of Access HomeHealth (now Access Community Health), a provider of home-based health and disability services owned by Rural Women New Zealand. As CEO, he led the consolidation of a range of rural support services into a national service and oversaw significant growth. He was elected president of the New Zealand Home Health Association, in which role he was a strong advocate and driver of several key outcomes for the home support sector. Mr Titcombe has held leadership positions with the Rotary Club of Karori and was Treasurer of the Rotary Sanctuary Discover Area and a founding Trustee of the Karori Community Hall Trust. He is Chair of Karori Community Bus and provides voluntary accounting support for the Marsden Day Care Trust.