Juliet McKee (nee Broad) QSO

Inducted 2008
Juliet McKee's career as an economist has taken her all over the world. Completing an economics degree at Victoria University, Juliet worked in the Reserve Bank and Cabinet Office for several years before moving overseas and beginning employ in international bodies such as the Commonwealth Secretariat and the United Nations.  Returning to New Zealand she formed her own company “Broad Horizons Limited” providing training and advice on governance to directors of corporate bodies, not-for-profit organisations and government bodies both in New Zealand and overseas – particularly in the Pacific. Business ethics and recognition of social responsibility and diversity are elements of corporate behaviour that Juliet espouses. 
Juliet’s diverse experience has been harnessed by many Boards including NZ Windfarms Ltd., Coast Health Care, Wellington Airport, NZ-On-Air, St James Theatre Ltd and the Management Board of Marsden School. 
Juliet won the Institute of Directors study award to London in 1994. She is an Accredited Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Directors, and is an Honorary Fellow of the Victoria University School of Government. 
Juliet was awarded the Queens Service Order for Public Service in 1996 and a Commonwealth Medal for Community Service in 1990.

While Juliet believes women can do anything, she also believes that a good balance of skills is more valid for a job than gender. Successful in business and as a mother, Juliet is a role model for young women of today who wish to achieve in both professional and domestic lives.