Erin is a Research Fellow in the Gender and Women’s Health Unit and the Methods and Implementation Support for Clinical and Health (MISCH) Research Hub. Her expertise includes participatory research, qualitative methods, co-design, implementation, and theory-based evaluation approaches.
She is highly collaborative and uses values-based frameworks to support research and evaluation projects aimed at addressing gender-based violence, social injustice, and health inequities.
Erin holds First Class Honours degrees in the Master of Evaluation, Master of Arts (Professional and Applied Ethics), and Bachelor of Social Work. Her academic experience is backed by over two decades working across policy and practice roles in government and community settings in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.