I am the Career Development Learning Adviser for the HASS Faculty. I work closely with the Student Employability Centre, academics and students to embed career learning into the Faculty. Career learning differs from traditional university career models through its focus on supporting students to think critically about their employability and using the reflective process to articulate their value to employers. 

I frequently work with academic staff to deliver sessions or lectures that take an active learning approach to introducing students to different employability concepts.  I also work closely with professional staff to plan and deliver co-curricular and extra-curricular events across the campus, and one-one-one with students during employability consultations. 

Before starting at UQ I worked for the Federal Government, most recently running, and recruiting for, a graduate program.  I have a Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Relations) from James Cook University, and a Graduate Certificate in Public Administration from the University of Canberra