Tess Fletcher is an early career researcher who has worked as a research assistant and research officer for the past 10 years and has gained considerable experience in a broad variety of research areas, resulting in a wide-ranging breadth of skill. She was recently awarded her PhD in Psychology in which her research focused on women’s intentions to consume alcohol in pregnancy. Her primary area of interest is identifying and understanding the drivers of effective behaviour change.
She currently works as a Research Officer on both Reframe Training and Making FASD History research projects. She is also an active member of the Institutes Gender Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity Council.