Kirsty Anderson
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Kirsty Anderson

Ministry for Women / Manatū Wāhine

Director, communications and stakeholder engagement

  • Leads communications, involving oversight of the Ministry’s website, publications, social media, corporate documents and stakeholder engagement.
  • Previously worked in senior roles in communications for public and private sector organisations.
  • Has a Master’s in management (communication management) and a BA.

Career

New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants
Public Relations Manager
Aug 2009 - Aug 2010
Parliamentary Service
Communications Contractor
Sep 2010 - Jul 2011
ALAC
Acting Communications Manager
Sep 2010 - Oct 2010
Ministry for Women / Manatū Wāhine
Strategic Communications Advisor
Aug 2011 - Present
Ministry for Women / Manatū Wāhine
Director, Communications and Stakeholder Engagement
Sep 2017 - Present

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