Comité Ejecutivo

 

Irene G. De la Torre 

 

Judith has worked as a midwife both in New Zealand and overseas. Judith is a midwifery lecturer at Auckland University of Technology. She teaches in the midwifery programme and until recently held a joint appointment at Counties Manukau as a clinical midwifery educator in the birthing unit.  In 2009 Judith was awarded a post doctoral scholarship which she has taken up in 2010 and is at present focusing on midwifery and women’s health research. Judith has also been involved since 2009 with the World Health Organization in Bangladesh, developing a midwifery curriculum with the Bangladesh Nursing Council and working with the teachers who teach the new midwifery programme.  Judith is past chairperson of the Auckland region of the New Zealand College of midwives. Judith lives in Auckland with her partner and two cats and is an avid Warriors supporter.

 

Heidi Sonali Hernández

 

Judith has worked as a midwife both in New Zealand and overseas. Judith is a midwifery lecturer at Auckland University of Technology. She teaches in the midwifery programme and until recently held a joint appointment at Counties Manukau as a clinical midwifery educator in the birthing unit.  In 2009 Judith was awarded a post doctoral scholarship which she has taken up in 2010 and is at present focusing on midwifery and women’s health research. Judith has also been involved since 2009 with the World Health Organization in Bangladesh, developing a midwifery curriculum with the Bangladesh Nursing Council and working with the teachers who teach the new midwifery programme.  Judith is past chairperson of the Auckland region of the New Zealand College of midwives. Judith lives in Auckland with her partner and two cats and is an avid Warriors supporter.

 

Eddaliss González

 

Judith has worked as a midwife both in New Zealand and overseas. Judith is a midwifery lecturer at Auckland University of Technology. She teaches in the midwifery programme and until recently held a joint appointment at Counties Manukau as a clinical midwifery educator in the birthing unit.  In 2009 Judith was awarded a post doctoral scholarship which she has taken up in 2010 and is at present focusing on midwifery and women’s health research. Judith has also been involved since 2009 with the World Health Organization in Bangladesh, developing a midwifery curriculum with the Bangladesh Nursing Council and working with the teachers who teach the new midwifery programme.  Judith is past chairperson of the Auckland region of the New Zealand College of midwives. Judith lives in Auckland with her partner and two cats and is an avid Warriors supporter.

 

Grisselle Nieves

 

Judith has worked as a midwife both in New Zealand and overseas. Judith is a midwifery lecturer at Auckland University of Technology. She teaches in the midwifery programme and until recently held a joint appointment at Counties Manukau as a clinical midwifery educator in the birthing unit.  In 2009 Judith was awarded a post doctoral scholarship which she has taken up in 2010 and is at present focusing on midwifery and women’s health research. Judith has also been involved since 2009 with the World Health Organization in Bangladesh, developing a midwifery curriculum with the Bangladesh Nursing Council and working with the teachers who teach the new midwifery programme.  Judith is past chairperson of the Auckland region of the New Zealand College of midwives. Judith lives in Auckland with her partner and two cats and is an avid Warriors supporter.

 

Marisol Vega

 

Judith has worked as a midwife both in New Zealand and overseas. Judith is a midwifery lecturer at Auckland University of Technology. She teaches in the midwifery programme and until recently held a joint appointment at Counties Manukau as a clinical midwifery educator in the birthing unit.  In 2009 Judith was awarded a post doctoral scholarship which she has taken up in 2010 and is at present focusing on midwifery and women’s health research. Judith has also been involved since 2009 with the World Health Organization in Bangladesh, developing a midwifery curriculum with the Bangladesh Nursing Council and working with the teachers who teach the new midwifery programme.  Judith is past chairperson of the Auckland region of the New Zealand College of midwives. Judith lives in Auckland with her partner and two cats and is an avid Warriors supporter.