Honorary Fellows of the IITP (HFIITP)
From time to time the Institute recognises the significant long-term contribution made by an individual to the IT sector (or the Institute) by conferring the title of Honorary Fellow of the Institute of IT Professionals (HFIITP).
Honorary Fellow is the highest honour that can be bestowed on an individual in the IT profession and is very highly regarded both in New Zealand and around the world.
There is a stringent process completed before an Honorary Fellowship can be awarded, including a vote of the Institute's National Council and a vote of the entire body of existing Fellows (with both votes requiring a 2/3s margin for the nomination to proceed).
Current HFIITP recipients are:
|Prof Mark Apperley, HFIITP||Sam Morgan, HFIITP|
|Dr Colin Boswell, HFIITP||Ernie Newman, HFIITP|
|Prof Bevan Clarke, HFIITP||Ralph Norris, HFIITP|
|Hon David Cunliffe, HFIITP||Chris Potter, HFIITP|
|Prof Bob Doran, HFIITP||Dr John Robinson, HFIITP|
|Rod Drury, HFIITP||Prof Philip Sallis, HFIITP|
|Gillian Eadie, HFIITP||Sir Gil Simpson, HFIITP|
|Elizabeth Eastwood, HFIITP||Ian Taylor, HFIITP|
|John Good, HFIITP||Nicola Walmsley, HFIITP|
|Gordon Grimsey, HFIITP||Hon Maurice Williamson, HFIITP|
|Derham McAven, HFIITP||Donald Wilson, HFIITP|
|Bruce Moon, HFIITP||Laurence Zwimpfer, HFIITP|
|Jack Morgan, HFIITP|
These individuals have worked hard over a long period of time for the IT profession and are an inspiration to all of us.