I am a social science researcher with over 10 years of experience in research project management and data collection.
I started survey research as an undergraduate student at the University of Auckland, and now run and manage a variety of projects from other surveys through to qualitative projects, and Māori community co-design.
I have a PhD in psychology from the University of Auckland and over 60 peer-reviewed academic publications in multiple academic disciplines, largely relating to psychology, health, wellbeing, identity - including Māori identity, gender, and sexuality – survey methods and data, and politics and policy.
I regularly engage with the media as a political scientist and love following current events and politics. I also enjoy reading books, visiting new and interesting restaurants, and exploring Tāmaki Makaurau with my son.