The Team

Meet the TOF team

Corrine Edwards

Corrine worked as a sample machinist in Auckland and Christchurch for many different fashion houses, and has always had a keen interest in design - especially sustainable fashion. She now resides in Carterton after living in Waiouru and several other towns around New Zealand, and has already volunteered a significant amount of time and energy into the local community. Corrine looks foward to introducing sustainable fashion to the Waiarapa region. She loves working with people and is currently working with local children teaching and sharing with them the art of sewing. Corrine has designed some stunning pieces, and these awards are her brainchild.

Robyn Cherry-Campbell

Robyn has enjoyed 20 years of living and working overseas. Whilst in the UK she set up and ran a promotion agency, before moving to Singapore where she was involved in selling and marketing boutique New Zealand wines. Robyn now calls Carterton home – having moved from Sydney in 2010 – where she has her Kinesiology Clinic and jointly owns Storm Productions which is a successful event management company. Robyn is also Chairperson of the newly formed Carterton District Business Inc. Society.

Chris Tracey

Chris has spent the last 17 years working in the public service, the last 9 years being at Parliament. She is an experienced strategic and operational manager and has managed Parliament’s Open Day event several times. More recently Chris has decided to combine these skills and move into project management. As a trustee of both Wai Art and the inaugural Wairarapa Arts Festival, and partner of the Mayor of Carterton, Chris devotes as much time as possible outside of paid work to the Carterton community, about which she is passionate. Chris has lived in rural Carterton for 5 years and enjoys the outdoor life, cross-stitch, drawing and generally socialising with good friends and new people.

Judith Jagger

After a 20 year career in the visual merchandising and store fixturing business servicing clients such as Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s and Victoria’s Secret, Judith changed her life path to Perth, Australia with her husband where she worked as an administrator in a post graduate conservation veterinary medicine program. She and her husband now enjoy a semi-retired life in Carterton, Wairarapa where she pursues a variety of special interests.

Vicki Waller

Vicki worked for 30 years in the food, and food packaging industry. Her final assignment was as Market Development Manager for a multi-national packaging company. Vicki has now retired to a semi rural life in Carterton and volunteers at the Carterton Information Centre, Keep Carterton Beautiful and runs the Carterton Garden Group. When time permits Vicki also enjoys gardening, cooking and mosaics.