Phil O’Reilly, ONZM
Phil O’Reilly, ONZM
Phil is the Managing Director of Iron Duke Partners. He is a global business leader and advocate. He is Chair of the Board of Business at OECD, (a representation of businesses in OECD member states), based in Paris. Phil is involved in the work of the B20 - advising G20 leaders. He is formally a member of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC). He has acted in a governance or advisory capacity to a number of New Zealand and overseas organisations in areas as diverse as trade, sustainability, diversity, pay equity, manufacturing, tertiary education, child poverty and the future of work. Until recently, Phil was a member of the Governing Body of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) based in Geneva. Previously he was Chief Executive of BusinessNZ, New Zealand’s leading business advocacy group, representing thousands of businesses of all sizes.
Byron is a consultant with Iron Duke Partners. His experience in policy development and research, policy advice and communications spans the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. Previously he worked in policy and communication roles for the New Zealand Defence Force, where he assisted the Defence Employer Support Council's advocacy for part-time reserve forces in the Navy, Army, and Air Force.
Byron is a graduate of Victoria University of Wellington in Public Policy, International Relations, Political Science and Marketing.
Madison is a consultant with Iron Duke Partners. She has experience working with non-governmental organisations, in both a policy development and educational capacity. Her previous role was in regulatory policy at the Environmental Protection Authority. Prior to this she worked at Victoria University of Wellington, gaining both policy and communications experience. Madison is a graduate of Victoria University of Wellington in International Relations, Political Science, International Business and Public Policy.