England will rest pace bowler Katherine Brunt for their tour of New Zealand in February and March.
The sides will play five Twenty20 internationals and three one-dayers.
returned early from England's recent unbeaten tour of South Africa
because of a back problem.
Seamer Anya Shrubsole is added to the squad while batter Beth Morgan, who replaced Brunt in South Africa, keeps her place after recovering from shoulder surgery.
ENGLAND IN NEW ZEALAND
- 11, 13 & 14 Feb: Warm-up games v NZ Emerging Players
- 17 Feb: 1st T20 international
- 19 Feb: 2nd T20 international
- 22 Feb: 3rd T20 international
- 25 Feb: 4th T20 international
- 26 Feb: 5th T20 international
- 1 Mar: 1st ODI
- 3 March: 2nd ODI
- 5 March: 3rd ODI
Left-arm spinner Holly Colvin remains unavailable because of her university commitments, but the squad, led by skipper Charlotte Edwards, is otherwise unchanged from South Africa.
Brunt, 26, has 124 international wickets in all forms of the game and is currently third in the International Cricket Council's bowling rankings.
The first three Twenty20 games against the White Ferns will be played as the warm-up to
New Zealand's men's team's Twenty20 internationals against South Africa.
England & Wales Cricket Board head of women's cricket Clare Connor said: "The England women's team has had an exceptional 2011.
"The next 18 months provides an exciting schedule for international women's cricket with the ICC World Twenty20 in September 2012 and the Women's World Cup in 2013."
Charlotte Edwards (Kent, capt), Jenny Gunn (Yorkshire), Tammy Beaumont (Kent), Arran Brindle (Sussex), Georgia Elwiss (Sussex), Lydia Greenway (Kent), Isa Guha (Berkshire), Danni Hazell (Yorkshire), Heather Knight (Berkshire), Laura Marsh (Kent), Beth Morgan (Middlesex), Susie Rowe (Kent), Anya Shrubsole (Somerset), Sarah Taylor (Sussex, wk), Danni Wyatt (Staffordshire).