Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology and History) with Honours (Anthropology) | Master of Social Policy
Mallory has a diverse background in social research spanning native title, public health, and social policy. She offers expertise in developing and conducting qualitative research, primarily using anthropological and sociological approaches. Drawing from her academic background, critical analytical skills, and experience working in cross-cultural environments, Mallory is particularly interested in exploring applied approaches to complex social challenges.
Prior to joining First Person Consulting, Mallory was employed as a Qualitative Researcher in the School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine at Monash University. She was involved in end of life care research, primarily exploring the outcomes of assisted dying legislation. Her previous experience includes working as an anthropological researcher at a Native Title Representative Body in Far North Queensland. Her work at the Cape York Land Council included assisting consultant anthropologists in their fieldwork and native title research with Traditional Owners.
Mallory's recent projects include:
Mallory was awarded a Master of Social Policy from the University of Melbourne in 2018. She also holds an Honours degree in Anthropology from James Cook University where she completed a thesis investigating the experience of non-Indigenous Australian tourists participating in Indigenous cultural tourism. She also completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Anthropology and History at the University of Melbourne.