Bachelor of Science (Hons) | Post Graduate Certificate in Social Sciences | Doctor of Philosophy
Louise is an experienced evaluator, post-doctoral researcher, qualified coach and experienced trainer. Louise has worked across the education and health sectors and has a nuanced understanding of a range of complex social challenges. Louise is an empathetic and curious team member and enjoys giving voice to a very wide range of community stakeholders through the projects she works on.
Louise began her career as a Research Fellow (Health Workforce) at The University of Melbourne. She then embarked on four years as a Consultant Evaluator, Coach and Mentor, serving clients in the fields of health promotion, community health, health services and social enterprise. Louise has taught at under- and postgraduate levels at The University of Melbourne and was a trainer in culturally competent practice for the Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health. She has coached and mentored many clients including Senior Managers working in State Government and national sports teams.
Recent projects include:
Louise has a BSc (honours) degree in Psychology and Social Sciences from Nottingham Trent University, a Postgraduate Certificate in Social Sciences from the Open University, and a PhD in Health Communication from De Montfort University.
Louise’s PhD research was about the ways in which speech pathologists work with teachers and teaching assistants in school settings, exploring how these groups of practitioners navigate differences in professional training and backgrounds.