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END RHD Program Manager


Catherine is Program Manager across the END RHD national advocacy alliance and the END RHD Centre of Research Excellence. The program of work combines research excellence with systemic advocacy and focuses on ending rheumatic heart disease in Australia. Catherine holds a Master of International Management and is an experienced program manager with a background in research, education, policy and not-for-profit management.

Catherine’s previous experience includes operational management and delivery of education and training projects with Rheumatic Heart Disease Australia and the implementation of a large-scale project to accelerate the literacy and educational outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the Northern Territory. In these roles and her current position, Catherine has been responsible for strategy development and implementation, research translation and building and maintaining relationships in large, complex projects. 


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