As the General Manager of Evidence Based Management at CFRE, Beth has oversight over the capability, quality and progress of all internal programs, in addition to managing external research and evaluation projects. Beth has experience developing, implementing and evaluating a wide range of projects and programs that span public health, family violence, refugee and asylum seeker services and child and family services, both in Melbourne and internationally. Beth has […]
Zeina joined CFRE early 2021 as a Senior Research and Training Officer. She has extensive experience managing a range of diverse and complex projects across research, higher education, and public health. Her experience spans across Australia and international contexts including Canada, the US where she completed her Master of Public Health at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston (Austin Regional Campus); and Doha, Qatar where she lived […]
As Senior Research Officer at CFRE Ellen manages the research and evaluation of a number of violence prevention and co-production projects, including LGBTIQ+ family violence prevention evidence-building projects. Ellen is passionate about the co-design of programs and initiatives to best meet the needs of communities. She brings over 10 years experience working with schools and community services where she has developed expertise in co-production processes and violence prevention. Ellen’s research […]
As Coordinator of Training and Consultancy Development across drummond street and queerspace services, Naomi manages a range of capacity building and workforce development initiatives. She has over 20 years’ practice experience as a social worker and family therapist, and extensive experience delivering training and consultancy services across health, wellbeing, and family violence services. She is passionate about working with service leaders and practitioners to support implementation of practice initiatives that […]
As a Research Assistant at drummond street services, Nina brings her passion for community health and wellbeing to CFRE. She has a history of work in the mental health, technology and social research sectors and is skilled in quantitative and qualitative software and research techniques. She is currently conducting further study in the public health field on the experiences of CALD people with disability in Australia.
Arielle is a Research Assistant at CFRE with a background in psychology. Her honours research focused on intimate partner violence among trans and gender diverse people, as well as remote-located women. Arielle’s experience in psychology research has led to a well-versed set of skills in SPSS and Excel for data analysis and various statistical methods. She brings her passion for community engagement to her role. Arielle is skilled at engaging […]