Dr Gould has experience spanning over 30 years in general practice, specialising in work with children, parents and young people. A major focus of Bronwyn’s work is vulnerable young children. She has established and runs a part-time clinic for homeless and vulnerable women in Darlinghurst, NSW.
Bronwyn is an adjunct senior lecturer in general practice at University of Notre Dame Medical Faculty, Sydney. She has worked as a trainer with the Department of Community Services in NSW and is a member of the NSW Child Death Review Team.
Bronwyn served as the Chair of the Commonwealth Ministerial Advisory Council ACCAP (Australian Council for Children and Parenting), and was a member of the Advisory Council for Children's Hospital at Westmead. She also works as an adviser for the research team at NSW Commission for Children and Young People.
Bronwyn is a leader in Guides Australia, working the Junior Guide age group. As a result of her community involvement, in 1998 she was appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for services to youth.