Tammy has extensive experience in public health, research, data and policy analysis, evaluation and nursing at a senior level.
Tammy enjoys building effective relationships and working collaboratively with clients and stakeholders, from executives to the public, to help them tell their stories and make better decisions.
She uses her listening, interviewing, analysis and problem-solving skills to ensure robust methodologies are used and quality fit-for-purpose products are delivered.
When investigating challenging and complex problems, Tammy combines her qualitative and quantitative analysis skills to identify needs and make evidence-based decisions. She has a passion for translating complex ideas and information into clear and concise outputs that can be used to understand inequities and improve health and social outcomes for all.
Tammy has a Master of Philosophy (Public Health) from the University of Queensland, a Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health from University of Otago, a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Canterbury and a Bachelor of Nursing from Christchurch Polytechnic.