BSc (Human Biology, Anatomy & Population Health)
Georgia is a Research Assistant with the Health Promotion and Education Research Team, and is currently working on the Core Story for Early Childhood Development & Learning initiative and the Bright Tomorrows Parenting App. In this role Georgia supports knowledge translation activities on a State-wide and national scale that empower communities to improve outcomes for early childhood development and learning. Georgia assists in the management of stakeholder relationships and capacity building deliverables that enhance the effectiveness and sustainability of the Core Story and Bright Tomorrows interventions.
Georgia’s research interests include communication science and framing, early years service reform, health promoting digital technologies, the economic returns from investing in early childhood, and child and adolescent social and emotional learning. Georgia holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Australia and is currently completing a Masters in Public Health also from UWA.