Belinda has worked in a diverse array of fields as a project and policy professional, in both private, public and not for profit sectors. She applies her systems thinking and analytical mindset to produce proven results for clients, tackling some of societies seemingly intractable social policy issues. Belinda is action driven and solutions focused.
Belinda previously worked in a mid-sized Canadian city to deliver the A Way Home Kelowna strategy to tackle and prevent youth homelessness. During this time, she facilitated numerous community sessions and established a youth advisory council to empower young people in the community to have a meaningful voice and role in the process.
Previous project’s Belinda has led include: facilitation of community conversations on youth homelessness; documentation, analysis and recommendations on the patient experience in the health care system (focus on skin disease); review and evaluation of research grants from the NSW state government; analysis of funding provisions of students with a disability; and a range of other discrete government based initiatives associated with open spatial data.
When not working, Belinda is usually found outdoors either downhill mountain bike riding or skiing (when she can), or reading books from her overly ambitious booklist (171 read in the past 3 years and another 100 to go).
Belinda holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Surveying and Spatial Information Systems) (first class Honours) from the University of New South Wales.
Phone Number: 0490 337 963
Email: [email protected]
Membership(s): Project Management Institute (PMI), Institute of Public Administration Australia NSW (IPAA NSW) (Associate Member), Junior Chamber International (JCI Sydney)