My practice builds on over 15 years of experience across the social sector and the design profession. Having studied psychology and design (visual communication), my work brings together principles underpinning both fields to respond to complex social challenges. I have worked for a range of local and international not for profit organisations, where I have been responsible for the strategic design and development of large-scale social change programs and their implementation. This includes the establishment of Oxfam Australia’s national youth program, the design and implementation of an advocacy program on child rights in Sri Lanka, and the design and implementation of an ICT project in partnership with UNESCO based in Nepal. I also has extensive experience in facilitation, having taught at the School of Design, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).
I bring to AABR many years of experience in consulting and teaching design and am responsible for the design and maintenance of the AABR website. I also manage online advertising for AABR, which is an important part of AABR’s link to industry.