Having spent the last 3 years working on social programs in both the international and domestic sectors Georgia is passionate about tackling inequality through her skills in analysing systems and fostering collaboration.
Georgia has multi-sectorial experience working on programs across the NGO, private, government and university sectors working on both large and small social change programs. She has been working in the international sector since finishing her Masters in International Development in 2016, with this strengthening her passion in understanding the role that culture has to play in addressing complex social problems.
Georgia has also completed a Bachelor degree in psychology, has volunteered for Australia’s largest youth organisation and been lucky enough to have worked across 3 countries within the Asia Pacific. All of these things have led to Georgia’s passion for culture and the world, and the wellbeing of the people in it.
Georgia began her evaluation journey at university, where she quickly gained a systems perspective to problem solving that she has since carried through all of her work experience.
In her spare time Georgia can be found looking up her next, ‘I know the pilot’ adventure or looking for sunny spots in Melbourne’s inner North to drink coffee or catch some Vitamin D.