Jo Cribb has extensive experience in working with leadership teams, coaching emerging leaders and leading substantial policy, strategy and gender projects. In addition to her consultancy work, Jo is the part-time Chief Executive of the New Zealand Book Council.
Jo’s previous roles include Chief Executive of the Ministry for Women, Deputy Children's Commissioner and leader of the Commissioner's Expert Advisory Group on Solutions to Child Poverty. Jo is a director on a number of Government and NGO boards (including the New Zealand Media Council, Literacy Aoteroa, Royal New Zealand Navy Leadership Board and Institute of Public Administration of New Zealand (IPANZ). She has a Doctorate in Public Policy, and is the author of 'Don't Worry About the Robots: How to Survive and Thrive in the New World of Work' on the future of work.
In 2016 Jo was a finalist in the New Zealand Women of Influence Awards and in 2014 was one of three recipients of a Westpac Leadership Fellowship.