I am a versatile social and behavioural research professional with 20 years’ experience in a variety of sectors –including food relief, blood donation, education, and public health. I focus on continuous improvement, building relationships and delivering excellence.
My passion is using my strategy building and leadership skills to improve lives through innovative research and connecting people. I am committed to translatable research for organisations that improve lives using evidence based change and advocacy to do good in the community. I use innovative methods and human centred thinking to solve problems, build capacity of people and organisations and to drive academic agendas. Importantly I can deliver this inclusively and ethically, through innovative methods that save time and money.
My aim is to carry out applied social research that improves lives, seeking out high-profile challenges and implementing innovative solutions to address persistent issues while creating a positive and enjoyable work environment and lasting relationships.
- Benchmarking Food Insecurity Knowledge and Attitudes amongst the Australian and UK Public
- Blood Donor Social Media Interaction
- From Hospitals to Hospitality
- Giving and Sharing: The Predictors and Outcomes of Online Donor Acknowledgement and Recognition
- Social Influence and Blood Donation: Cultural Differences Between Scotland and Australia
- The Role of Masculinity for Altruistic Behaviour among Male Nondonors: Implications for Marketing Communication
- Understanding Geographical Differences in Emotional Responses and Service Perceptions of Australian Blood Donors