The world of athlete and artist management is divided firmly into 3 groups. Those who have no idea that the current “transactional” model is harming their clients, those that know but don’t care, and those who believe that it’s time to change the way the industry works.
At Tenzing our team members sit firmly in the third camp. We are the catalyst for change, constantly innovating and improving services to enable like-minded agencies and management companies to focus on long-term holistic client welfare.
Sarah is passionate about athlete welfare and has spent a large amount of her time working with athletes and their families across a variety of jobs including the last 5 years as office manager at the Blues Rugby franchise.
World Cup winning All Black Adam Thomson has been pivotal in helping shape WEARETENZING.
A BPhEd combined with 15 years of professional sporting experience gives Adam world class expertise in sports management, leadership, and player welfare. Currently still playing at an elite level and with a background in multimedia he provides a diverse skillset and perspective across all divisions of WEARETENZING. Adam has played 10 years of Super Rugby for the Highlanders, Reds and Rebels.
He is among only a handful of people to have won World Cup titles at every level – Under 19, Under 21, All Blacks 2011 and World Sevens Series.
Derek Handley is a New York-based social entrepreneur from New Zealand. He created Aera Foundation, a charitable studio investing in new companies and causes addressing social issues in innovative ways. Aera is a strategic partner of WeAreTENZING.
The Ernst & Young – Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Sir Peter Blake Leader is the founder and Managing Director of MedRecruit, the fastest growing service business in the country in the Deloitte Fast 50, and MedCapital, the fastest growing wealth management company for doctors in Australasia.
Bronson is a recently retired professional rugby player, playing throughout the UK and Europe, most recently with Ulster in Ireland. His vast and varied experience of professional rugby afforded him a deep insight into the international rugby landscape and the many unique challenges a professional rugby player may face. As such he’s a strong advocate of player welfare and holistic sports management. Bronson is also a UK and Ireland Registered Agent, an experienced Certified Personal Trainer, and an IRFU Level 3 Coach, who enjoys mentoring and coaching young athletes in his spare time. In addition, Bronson holds a BA in Politics and History from the University of Otago.