Deputy secretary early learning and student achievement
- Appointed 2017.
- Group supports education leaders to lift progress and achievement.
- Focused on supporting NZ’s curricula, assessment against the curricula, personalised learning pathways, and workforce.
- Previously deputy secretary for strategy, planning and governance.
- Joined the ministry from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
- Spent most of previous five years at the Ministry of Social Development.
- Began public service career at the Treasury.
- Holds an MA in Geography from Auckland University.
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