Dr Teah Anna Lee Carlson B Soc Sci (Hons), MAP, PhD.

He uri mokopuna tenei no Te whānau ā Apanui, Ngāti Porou me Waikato-Tainui hoki. Dr Teah Carlson is a kaupapa Māori researcher and evaluator at SHORE and Whāriki Research Centre, Massey University. She has experience in qualitative methods, strategy and evaluation, especially involving working with Māori communities where collaboration, partnership and participatory community action were key to the research development, process and outcomes. Her strengths are in kaupapa Māori research, evaluation, participatory action research, community psychology, co-design and co-creation. She has a PhD in Public Health, which was a Health Research Council-funded project entitled Kaupapa Māori evaluation: Transforming health literacy.