Gabrielle Baker

Gabrielle Baker (Ngāpuhi) has been a public servant since the early 2000s working in policy roles at the Ministry of Health, most recently as a Group Manager responsible for Māori Health, Pacific Health and Disability Policy. Gabrielle worked on the second Māori Health Strategy, took the lead in areas like health literacy and spent time as a senior health advisor to a former Minister of Health. Right now Gabrielle is splitting her time between working as an illustrator and on projects in the health sector focused on equity.

Ātea
Jan 16, 2018

Summer health series: Why 'reducing inequality' isn't enough

In part two of our series on the future of Māori health, former Ministry of Health advisor and policy analyst Gabrielle Baker asks if ‘reducing inequalities’ is aiming too low.

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Ātea
Jan 8, 2018

Summer health series: what comes next for Māori health?

What lies beyond the new Labour government’s ‘first 100 days’ for health policy and outcomes for Māori? In a new series, former Ministry of Health advisor and policy analyst Gabrielle Baker asks Māori health professionals for their recommendations for a more equitable health system.

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