Jaimee's background involves working clinically as a registered nurse within the public sector. Jaimee’s research interests include public health, community health, health promotion and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. She has experience working clinically and researching within the community and public health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health spaces in partnership with the W.A. Country Health Service and the Wheatbelt Aboriginal Health Service through completing her honours degree titled ‘Is a cultural lens used to deliver smoking cessation health promotion and education to Aboriginal people in a setting in the Wheatbelt, W.A.?: A narrative inquiry’.
She regularly volunteers with not-for-profit organisations that aim to improve health service delivery and health outcomes within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), vulnerable women and children, and rural and remote populations in W.A.
Jaimee is passionate about promoting and facilitating access to culturally appropriate services that improve health outcomes for all people within Western Australia, despite their gender, ethnic or cultural background or geographical location.