Kim Drummond is the Kūrae Moana (Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy Manager) at Te Ohu Kaimoana. He has extensive experience in leading teams focused on ensuring land and water resources are used sustainably. The Te Ohu Kaimoana policy team provides services to support the Fisheries, Aquaculture and Te Wai Māori Trusts.
Kim holds Masters Degrees in Applied Science (Fisheries) from the Australian Maritime College, and Public Administration (Executive) from Victoria University. He has previously worked within the public sector (Ministry of Fisheries) and local government (Environment Canterbury).
He is also an elected officer of Our Fishing Future, an Incorporated Society established with the support of Te Ohu Kaimoana, the Ministry of Primary Industries and the Department of Conservation to improve the management of recreational fisheries.