Amarjit Maxwell | Tumu Whakarae
Amarjit has a passion for Primary and Community Care. She has been involved in the transformation of primary health care in Aotearoa, New Zealand, including the ‘Better, sooner, more convenient’ implementation. She has a long history in the health sector, including working at the Ministry of Health and nationally across Primary Health Organisations. More recently, Amarjit leads the work at Collaborative Aotearoa supporting the roll out of the Health Care Home Model of Care, Digital Health and Collective Action with Communities to support localities.
Amarjit has also worked in local government, both in the UK and Aotearoa, New Zealand where she managed a number of teams, including Community Development, Business Analysis and Planning, Performance and Research. She is accredited in project management (PRINCE2) as well as a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and holds an Honours degree in Business and Finance. She has completed the Institute of Directors Governance course as well as other post graduate qualifications including, Economic and Community Development. Amarjit is currently undertaking her doctoral studies at Victoria University.