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New Team Member at Waves

March 12, 2014 at 9:37 AM

I have recently joined the team at WAVES in the new role of Research Analyst and Coordinator.

This role brings together the previous part-time coordination role with a renewed focus on research, particularly in the area of best practice.

I am a born and bred Westie with a passion for social policy and social justice issues. I have recently completed a Master's degree in Sociology at the University of Auckland and am really excited about supporting and contributing to the great work that is happening in the area of family violence in Waitakere. I am looking forward to getting out and meeting you over the next couple of months!

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