Natalie joined GenIMPACT in late 2019 and has an honours degree and postgraduate qualification in Forensic Psychology. Prior to joining Macquarie University, Natalie spent over 10 years at a number of research centres and institutes within The University of Queensland including the Institute for Social Science Research and the Queensland Centre for Mothers and Babies.
Her various roles included research assistant, grant writer and project manager. She managed projects for a number of government departments and agencies including the Australian Federal Police, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and the Queensland Council of Social Service. Natalie also brings with her strong research experience in large-scale and longitudinal surveys.