Research, Analytical Skills and Project Management
As a higher degree by research candidate, I have a set of well developed research and analytical skills that I have applied across a range of diverse projects.
These projects also reflect my ability to liaise and collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders in industries across academia and other professional organisations.
I have also experience in presenting a range of topics to public audiences. For more details, see the ‘Conference Paper’ section of this site.
The Teaching Internship Course I undertook in 2012 has equipped me with the ability to deliver content tailored to various audiences.
In 2015, I worked for the Department of Health, assisting with the management of their screening Registry. This has equipped me with knowledge of how to manage databases and sensitive data.
As part of my position with the Department of Health, I managed a team of data processing officers, giving me the experience of both overseeing and working with others in a team environment.
I have also organised various collaborative interest groups at UWA such as the Digital Humanities reading group in from 2013-2014, and a postgraduate Roundtable in 2012.
Commitment to Equal Opportunity
Coming from a CALD background, I am also cognizant of the importance of equal opportunity, equality and diversity in professional environments. I have undertaken formal learning packages in both the public sector and tertiary education sectors, pertaining to equal opportunity.