Associate Professor Joanne Baxter
Associate Dean (Māori)
Joanne (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Mamoe, Waitaha) has worked within the University of Otago for over ten years in a number of roles associated with Māori Health. She is a public health medicine specialist with research interests in Māori health workforce development, Māori mental health, and Māori child and youth health.
Joanne has two key positions in the University of Otago: within the Dunedin School of Medicine she is the Associate Dean (Māori) and Associate Professor of Māori Health; within the Division of Health Sciences she is the Associate Dean (Māori) for the Division and also the Director of the Māori Health Workforce Development Unit.
Professional Practice Fellow – Student Programme Manager
Zoë is of Ngā Puhi and Ngāti Porou descent and is a University of Otago graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Indigenous Studies qualification. Zoë has a background in education and manages the Māori Health Workforce Development Unit programmes: Te Ara Hauora, Tū Kahika, and Te Whakapuawai. Zoë enjoys working with a brilliant team of people dedicated to Māori health workforce development and Māori student success.
Professional Pratice Fellow / Kairuruku Ritengaitua
Professional Practice Fellow / Kairuruku Ritengaitua
Kaiārahi / Māori Student Coordinator