Collision Repair Association
PO Box 201114
Phone: 07 847 0216
Stewart – General Manager
Stewart Gibb started with CRA in February 2023, with a background in management in Shell and latterly Z Energy. Stewart is looking forward to assisting the Association members to succeed and to continue to build a name and presence for the collision repair industry that recognises the value members contribute to the NZ economy.
Adrienne – Association Manager
Adrienne Joynt started with the Collision Repair Association back in 2001. Over the years there has been a lot of changes within the industry which makes working for CRA never boring!! Every day there is something different to deal with and a few good challenges along the way which makes it exciting.
Other than being a ‘petrol head’ and enjoying watching car and motorbike racing and attending speedway meetings, Adrienne also has a Harley which she has ridden through parts of USA, Canada, Alaska and of course NZ. Also being a self-confessed ‘gym bunny’ this plays a big part to her early morning ritual.
Adrienne is passionate about the collision repair industry and looks forward to seeing what the future holds.
Erin – Office Administrator
Erin McLean has been with the CRA since 2002 when she moved from Wellington to Ngaruawahia. For a number of years the role also included the I-CAR NZ administration work. She also works part-time in the hospitality industry for a catering and events company.
When time permits Erin enjoys being outdoors, the daily walking of her dog and a good book.
Zharene – Office Administrator
Zharene Langit started with the Collision Repair Association in 2022 in the administration position. She enjoys the variety of tasks in the collision repair industry.
Outside of work, Zharene enjoys cooking and baking for family and friends. Her adventurous side loves travelling to new places and hiking.
Alison – Office Administrator
Alison Henry started with the Collision Repair Association late 2016 in the I-CAR NZ course administrator position.
She enjoys assisting repairers in the collision repair industry to achieve their training goals and better themselves. It is rewarding seeing so many certificates leaving the office.
Outside of work, Alison spends a lot of time involved in roller derby, competing and training. After many years playing the violin is now finding her way around the Banjo. She loves mucking around in the garden with the dog or doing something crafty.