Tori Diamond
Tori Diamond

Researcher & PhD Candidate


I am a Researcher at iNZight Analytics and a PhD candidate at Waipapa Taumata Rau, The University of Auckland. I hold a Master’s degree in Statistics and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Statistics. Aside from my studies, I’m also a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the University’s Tuākana Statistics programme.

I’m passionate about combining my Psychology and Statistics background to communicate meaningful stories from data.

I am an experienced user of StatsNZ’s Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI), and the majority of my work is centred around health and wellbeing, particularly for Māori. My recent research includes creating methods to transform Aotearoa’s only survey of Māori wellbeing (Te Kupenga) into a longitudinal study for health outcomes. I have also previously reported on the impacts of the COVID-19 Māori vaccination response.

In my spare time, you’ll typically find me at reformer pilates classes or at a ceramics studio creating and tutoring wheel-thrown pottery. I also enjoy trying out new restaurants and going on hikes with friends.

Research areas

  • Official statistics
  • Social statistics
  • Statistical methods
  • Māori health
  • Māori wellbeing
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