Jordan is an Associate at Anthony Harper, specialising in corporate advisory. She holds a Bachelor of Laws from University of Canterbury and was admitted in 2013.
Determined, practical and knowledgeable – “I enjoy getting to know clients and their businesses in order to provide relevant advice across a wide range of corporate matters”.
Jordan has experience across a range of legal specialities giving her a unique perspective when assessing how to best advise a client.
Jordan's position is in the corporate advisory team where she advises on a wide range of business matters including restructures, business and share sales and a variety of commercial contracts.
Hi. I’m Diana Brett. My daughter Isabella is a senior international level gymnast training at CSG and a member of the NZL national team. We moved to Christchurch in August 2017.
I own Pachemu Consulting and consult to Dentons (the world’s largest global law firm) on business development and marketing. My primary clients are the European offices of the Firm. I currently focus on professional editing and proof-reading (inter alia external publications, legal alerts, proposals, pitches, brochures, client communications).
My background in gymnastics (apart from being a gym parent) includes five years of judging experience (STEPS 1-9) and three years serving on the management board of a large club in the North Island. My role included drafting policies, recruitment, PR, fundraising and grants/proposal writing (on a volunteer basis.) I successfully procured more than $100,000 from external funding. I increased club visibility through social media platforms; actively participated as a member of a three-person recruitment team for both volunteer and professional staff members, including coaches and managers; drafted job descriptions for professional and volunteer staff; managed media communications to ensure the club was highlighted in the news on a regular basis (the club featured more than 12 news stories within two years and had additional media coverage, including tv); managed major fundraising events, including a regional competition that was the club’s largest most successful financial event, bringing in a revenue in excess of $15,000 profit within one weekend.
I have three children training at CSG in the artistic competitive programme. Two girls in WAG senior and a son in MAG senior. We have been a part of CSG for ten years. I have been through four NZ Gymnastic Nationals, with being parent help for three of them.
I am also a MAG judge, qualified at the Junior level. I am an ex-CSG gymnast way back when CSG was situated on Fitzgerald Ave and Don Cornes was the head coach. This year, I am attempting to qualify as a WAG judge at Elementary level. So I am well rounded with experience and some knowledge within the many roles associated in the gymnastics world - gymnast, parent, judge, coach and now, board member.
I have a lot of experience and knowledge in project research, information management and administration. I can offer my unique perspectives as an active gym parent, ex-gymnast and judge, and my past experience as a coach.