Started at Voice Project: 2012
I was fortunate enough to join the Voice Project team in 2012 before finishing my master’s degree. Since then I have led, designed, and analysed a range of engagement, leadership, and client satisfaction survey projects. These have included small standard surveys, tailored surveys, highly complex government surveys and everything in between. My clients come from a variety of industries and sectors, so I’ve had the opportunity to work with NFPs with 15 staff, universities with several thousand, and a range of others including retail companies, disability services, pharmaceutical companies, local councils, and medical researchers (among others).
Outside of my client work, I’ve had a lot of involvement in Voice Project’s internal organisational development. I originally worked in the People Team where I ran assessments during recruitment, designed project management plans, and facilitated staff training sessions. I am now part of the Technology Team where I’ve worked extensively with Voice Project’s own survey platform, Self Service. I’ve also helped to develop marketing materials, compose case studies and blogs, and analyse/report on community housing benchmarks for Voice Project’s state of the sector report.
Outside of work, I am likely to be found playing basketball or volunteering at my nearby outreach or neighbourhood centre. My research interests lie in the area of workplace stressors
- Masters of Organisational Psychology (Macquarie University)
- Bachelor of Psychology - Honours (UWS)
- Registered Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA)