Meremoana Potiki


BA, MSc (Psych)

Nō Kāi Tahu, Kāti Māmoe, Waitaha

Meremoana has a background in health and indigenous development. With 10 years’ experience researching across the education, health, justice, and Māori development sectors she has an extensive repertoire of both qualitative and quantitative research skills. This includes interviewing, archival research, database management, transcription, resource and survey development and stakeholder management.

Meremoana’s past projects include working on a falls prevention exercise programme with local First Nations elders; data analysis and reporting on the Te Kura Roa project (an investigation into the community value of Indigenous language among First Nations peoples and their children); transcription and analysis for a longitudinal study examining child and adolescent narrative development; and developing a life-story book for Indigenous children in state care.