Tracy Evans-Whipp is a Research Fellow in the Longitudinal and Life-course Studies research and analysis team.
Elsie Foeken joined AIFS in 2018 as a research officer in the Growing Up In Australia: Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) survey methodology team.
Constantine Gasser is a Research Officer at the Australian Institute of Family Studies and is also undertaking a PhD at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI).
Kathryn Goldsworthy works within the Child Family Community Australia information exchange. Her research focusses on children with intellectual disability in families with complex needs.
Dr Sarah Gray joined the Growing Up in Australia: Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) research team in 2017. She is a child psychologist with research interests in children’s learning and cognitive development and understanding factors that influence children’s educational and developmental outcomes.
Tenniel has had over 10 years’ experience in data linkage, including data linkage operations, developing methodological and process improvements, liaising with data linkage units and data custodians, quality assessment of linked data and analysis of linked data.
Teresa Hall is a Senior Research Officer in the Knowledge Practice and Impact team.
Kelly Hand primarily focuses her research on families and employment and service provision to families, particularly those in vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.
Dr Jacqui Harvey has a background in psychology and works on the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC).
Kerry has 20 years experience in health services research and evaluation and is working on two projects: Emerging Minds and the Expert Panel