Rachael Milicich
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Rachael Milicich

Statistics New Zealand / Tatauranga Aotearoa

Deputy government statistician and deputy chief executive, insights and statistics

  • Has worked in a range of analytical and leadership roles across the Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch offices.
  • Seconded in 2014 to lead the secretariat supporting the first stage of the Government inquiry into whey protein concentrate contamination.
  • Represented NZ as the working chair of the United Nations Friends of the Chair Group on the Fundamental Principles for Official Statistics and Open Data.
  • Member of the AI Forum Executive Council since 2019.

Career

Statistics New Zealand / Tatauranga Aotearoa
Head of Secretariat (On Secondment), Manager National Accounts
Feb 2008 - Dec 2013
Statistics New Zealand / Tatauranga Aotearoa
Deputy Chief Executive | Deputy Government Statistician Insights & Statistics, General Manager System & Partnerships, General Manager Products Services & Insights
Mar 2014 - Present

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