Deputy government statistician and deputy chief executive, data system leadership
- Appointed May 2020.
- Previously deputy secretary, evidence, data and knowledge at the Ministry of Education.
- Spent 16 years in the New South Wales public service, holding leadership roles in justice, the Treasury, and education.
- Graduated from Otago University in 2000 and was awarded a PhD in forensic psychology from the University of New South Wales.
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