Neil Woodhams is the Vice-President of Multiple Sclerosis New Zealand and the President Multiple Sclerosis Auckland. Neil has an extensive career in senior
healthcare management at a governance and senior management level. He is a former senior executive of the Midland RHA and was Chief Operating Officer
of Auckland DHB 2000-2002. He has also held many positions in management and governance in community and not-for-profit organisations, including Māori
and Pacific organisations.
Neil has now been appointed as Trustee of the Multiple Sclerosis New Zealand Research Trust. He is also on the Pharmac Advisory Panel.
Neil’s core interest area is in multiple sclerosis and people with disabilities, both as an advocate and as a carer of his wife, Erin who has MS.