Dr Liza Hopkins
Dr Liza Hopkins
Liza Hopkins is experienced in conducting interdisciplinary research across the fields of social and cultural diversity, new media and technologies, education, and social inclusion, and is widely published nationally and internationally across these fields.
Dr Nola Firth
Dr Nola Firth
Dr Nola Firth is a Senior Research Officer at The Centre for Adolescent Health, Royal Children’s Hospital and The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and an Honorary Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne.
Miss Tara Linke
Miss Tara Linke
Tara Linke has a Bachelor of Arts in Education and Master of Education in Student Wellbeing.
Ms Angela Morcos
Ms Angela Morcos
Ms Angela Morcos undertook her teacher training for children aged 0-8 years at Macquarie University's Institute of Early Childhood.
Ms Elizabeth Freeman
Ms Elizabeth Freeman
Elizabeth Freeman is a Senior Lecturer in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education where she jointly co-ordinates the Master of Education (Student Wellbeing) program.
Ms Jenny Walsh
Ms Jenny Walsh
Ms Jenny Walsh is the Manager of Education Programs, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University.
Ms Liz Weir
Ms Liz Weir
Liz Weir has previously worked as a primary teacher, PE/sport and health lecturer and for the Department of Education and Early Childhood (DEECD) in Student Wellbeing.
Ms Pam Boag
Ms Pam Boag
Pam Boag is a Senior Project Manager within the Promotion and Policy Unit of the Victorian Office of the Child Safety Commissioner. Prior to this, she has worked in the Youth Justice, Disability and Child Protection fields.
Professor Jennifer Bowes
Professor Jennifer Bowes
Professor Jennifer Bowes is the founder and Director of the Children and Families Research Centre, Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University, a university research centre.
Professor Margaret Sims
Professor Margaret Sims
Margaret Sims is Professor of Early Childhood at the University of New England. Professor Sims’ research interests focus on quality early years experiences in the home and in non-parental care.
Dr Leonie Arthur
Dr Leonie Arthur
Dr Leonie Arthur is a senior lecturer in early childhood education at the University of Western Sydney. She has taught in long day care, preschool and school and is an active member of a number of peak early childhood organisations, including Early Childhood Australia.
Professor Donna Berthelsen
Professor Donna Berthelsen
Dr Berthelsen is a Professor in the School of Early Childhood at Queensland University of Technology. She has professional qualifications in teaching and psychology.
Associate Professor Anne Graham
Associate Professor Anne Graham
Professor Anne Graham is Director of the Centre for Children & Young People at Southern Cross University, Lismore, and Director of Research for the School of Education.