Researcher

Jennifer Harre Hindmarsh


Dr Jennie Harré Hindmarsh has worked biculturally for more than 40 years across a range of sectors: education (adult, community, professional and tertiary); community & social services; health; arts, culture and heritage, and environmental initiatives. She has planned, led, project managed, coordinated, and commissioned research & evaluation across all sectors – especially qualitative and action research, including strategic & service reviews to enhance the quality of services. She also has extensive experience in teaching, supervising and mentoring other researchers, particularly in community/iwi, independent consultancy, and tertiary qualifications contexts. She has a track record of working effectively across the diversity of peoples and contexts in New Zealand – with rural, urban and metropolitan organisations and local communities; central, regional and local governments; Mäori, Pacific Islands, Päkehä and other ethnic peoples.

Jennie has a PhD in Education and a Tohu (Diploma in) Maoritanga from Victoria University of Wellington, a Masters in Social Work completed on a Commonwealth Scholarship at the London School of Economics, and a BA Hons Education from Massey University.

After working nationally for many years, since 2005 Jennie has been based in Te Tairawhiti, working flexi-part-time as Research Coordinator for Ngati Porou Hauora, and also independently as a project consultant, mentor and in governance roles. She is also a voluntary trustee on several local community trusts.

Ethnic Group
New Zealand European
Qualifications
Certificate or Diploma, Bachelor Degree, Masters Degree, PhD or Doctorate, All Researchers
Professional Memberships
ANZTSR
Area of Expertise
Non-profit Sector, Māori, Family Violence & Abuse, Families/ Whānau & Parenting, Environment, Children & Youth, Education & Training, Social Services, Women / Wāhine, Arts & Culture, Community Development, Cultural Diversity, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Whānau Ora, Health & Wellbeing, I offer Research & Evaluation Mentoring
Location/s
Te Tairawhiti/ East Coast
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