Michelle Boag is a public relations practitioner. She was educated at Auckland Girls' Grammar and the Victoria University of Wellington. [1] Boag was New Zealand National Party president from 2001-2002.

She became embroiled in the 2012 Accident Compensation Corporation privacy breach when it was revealed that she had acted as support person for ACC claimant Bronwyn Pullar. [2]


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