I’m a mum, wife, former office administrator, applied mathematician, statistician-in-training, sometime epidemic modeller, academic-wanna-be currently in the final year of completing a post-grad degree.

I love numbers, food, eating, cooking, craft, sewing, travelling, Doctor Who, pop music, musicals, theater, reading trashy chick-lit and photography.

I’d love to get more sleep at night, should probably exercise more, and my iPhone is pretty much surgically attached to my hand.

My professional blurb goes something like this:

I am an experienced analyst and modeller with over 5 years experience in transmission and compartment modelling in public health, epidemiology and transport.

I have excellent analytical, problem solving, modelling, and conceptual skills, coupled with extensive experience in the management and development of teams, including project and change management of teams through organisational restructure. I have exceptional organisational skills and am able to successfully meet deadlines while simultaneously resolving multiple issues.

I am hard working, efficient, driven, dynamic, organised, flexible, a fast learner and adapter, and enjoy the challenges of an energetic and fast-paced environment. I have outstanding communication skills, which have been developed through liaising with internal and external clients from a diverse range of organisations.

I have proven experience in coaching and team building and have had more than 10 years experience in organisational training and teaching in the tertiary education sector.


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