Dr Chellie Spiller
Dr Chellie Spiller has been part of the Money Matters team since 2002. Her role is assisting with client relationships. She has completed fundamental investment industry training.
Following a 25 year international business career, Chellie completed a Masters in International Relations through Victoria University and a doctorate in Māori business at the University of Auckland. Her PhD investigated how Māori businesses create authentic and sustainable wealth and wellbeing.
She is co-editor with UK-based Professor of Leadership and Ethics, Donna Ladkin, of a book on Authentic Leadership (Ladkin and Spiller, 2013, Edward Elgar). She has two more books in the pipeline: Wayfinding and Leadership and Indigenous Spirituality at Work.
Chellie was a Fulbright Senior Scholar at the Harvard Kennedy School and the University of Arizona between November 2011 and March 2012, during which time she extended her research to include Native American perspectives of indigenous business. Chellie is a recipient of a 2011 Dame Mira Szászy Māori Alumni Award, 2011 National Māori Academic Excellence Award, and 2010 AuSM Best Lecturer Award, AUT University.
Her publications include two Journal of Business Ethics articles, Wise Up: Creating Organizational Wisdom Through an Ethic of Kaitiakitanga and Relational Well-being and Wealth: Māori Businesses and an Ethic of Care.
She is married to Rodger and loves writing, swimming in the ocean, gardening, and being with her family and friends.