Marewa Glover

Marewa Glover is director of the Centre of Research Excellence: Indigenous Sovereignty & Smoking, an international program aimed at reducing smoking-related harms among indigenous people. Glover is a Maori (New Zealand indigenous) behavioral scientist with more than 25 years of experience in tobacco control and more than 100 published scientific papers.

She is recognized internationally for her advocacy of tobacco harm reduction, and earlier this year, she received the Outstanding Advocate Award from the International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organisations (INNCO) at the Global Forum on Nicotine in Warsaw, Poland.

She is an INNCO scientific advisor and associate member of the New Nicotine Alliance U.K. Previously, Glover was a professor of public health at Massey University, and she recently completed a term as chair of End Smoking New Zealand.

Her leadership has also been recognized in New Zealand. In 2017, she was a finalist in the 2017 Women of Influence Awards. Glover is on Twitter: @MarewaGlover.