Linda Carroli is an urban planner, consultant and writer. At QUT, Linda works as a sessional academic and researcher in two ARC Linkage projects examining infrastructure value and performance. Her involvements in industry and higher education include diverse research, planning, consultation, editing and writing projects for academic, creative industries, urban development, economic development and social sustainability initiatives. Linda recently worked with the agriculture industry to develop a state workforce plan.
As an internationally published cultural journalist and award winning writer, Linda received several Federal and State government grants. She has worked across print, broadcast and digital media. With an extensive cultural journalism and writing publishing record and several editorial roles, she publishes in a range of media and contexts both nationally and internationally. She received several arts grants and a Centenary Medal for long and distinguished service in the arts.
Thesis: Regional planning in transition: Policy narratives at the intersection of regional planning and sustainable infrastructure transitions