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 and working alongside participants for longitudinal and cross-sectional research. The longitudinal research focused on men and their mental well-being during the transition into parenthood, whilst the cross-sectional research engaged migrant women experiencing intimate partner violence.
Arielle writes grants as a member of Cultural Diversity Network for projects that focus on promoting economic participation and addressing financial exploitation among newly arrived migrant women. Arielle is currently studying a Master of Health Promotion. She brings her knowledge of health program evaluation, needs assessment, and health program planning, as well as health equity and human rights to her role.