About me

I am doing a PhD in the LSE Social Policy Department on ethnic choice and change in census and survey data.  They also gave me a PGCertHE for teaching intro quant to terrified Masters students. More information about my research is here.

I am an associate of New Zealand public policy thinktank The Workshop, a Te Pūnaha Matatini Associate Investigator, and a council member of the Population Association of New Zealand. A research methods nerdlord, I am available to conduct social policy research and evaluation using quantitative and qualitative methods. Contact me here.

Previously, I worked as a researcher for Britain’s largest independent social research institute NatCen, and in policy for the NZ Ministry of Social Development. There was also a long stint in media and communications for Amnesty International and the UN, among others.

I also used to write literary stuff (more about that here), and race-related commentary for the New Zealand political weblog collective Public Address. Tweets here.

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