Throughout The Salvation Army each country (or cluster of countries) is structured as a 'territory' or a 'command', with one person appointed territorial/command leader by the General.
The leader (territorial commander) of The Salvation Army in New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga is Commissioner Donald Bell. He took up his appointment in March 2009. Second in command is Colonel Graeme Reddish.
The Salvation Army New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory has its territorial headquarters in Wellington, New Zealand.
Operating under the Territorial Commander is the Cabinet, a centralised management team. An extended form of the Cabinet is the Territorial Coordination Council, which provides further leadership.
A number of regionally-based management operations direct the localised work of the Army in New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
There are also three nationally-managed social service programmes: Addictions and Supportive Accommodation (managed from Auckland), Employment Plus (managed from Wellington) and HomeCare (managed from Hamilton).
Commissioner Donald Bell
Commissioner Debi Bell
(Territorial President for Women's Ministries)
Colonel Graeme Reddish
Colonel Wynne Reddish
(Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries)
Lieut-Colonel Andy Westrupp
(Territorial Secretary for Personnel)
Lieut-Colonel Rod Carey
(Territorial Secretary for Programme)
Lieut-Colonel Lynette Hutson
(Territorial Secretary for Business Adminstration)
This comprises the members of the Cabinet (above) plus:
Lieut-Colonel Yvonne Westrupp
(Asst. Territorial Secretary for Personnel, Pastoral Care)
Lieut-Colonel Jenny Carey
(Asst. Territorial Secretary for Programme)
General Linda Bond is the 19th General of The Salvation Army. She took office in April 2011.