Natasha Lewis
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Natasha Lewis

Ministry for The Environment / Manatū mō te Taiao

Deputy secretary, joint evidence, data and insights

  • Joined MfE in 2008.
  • Previously held roles with the Wellington and Tasman Councils and a government role in Laos.
  • Leads the environmental reporting programme in partnership with Statistics NZ and promotes engagement with youth.
  • Represented NZ at the most recent OECD environmental performance review.

Career

Greater Wellington Regional Council
Advisor
Jul 2001 - Dec 2003
Chez Elco
Cafe Manager
Jan 2003 - Oct 2003
Tasman District Council
Advisor
Jun 2003 - Mar 2006
Science Technology and Environment Agency
Environmental Advisor
Mar 2006 - Mar 2008
Ministry for The Environment / Manatū mō te Taiao
Deputy Secretary, Strategy and Stewardship, Various roles over the years
Jun 2008 - Present

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