Originally from New South Wales, I have spent much of my working life in education, IT/multimedia, and administration. An elementary school teacher, I spent five years working in international schools in the north of Vietnam, where I took on positions teaching kindergarten/lower primary and music, as well as voice tuition. I trained as a classical vocalist (lyric soprano) for 15 years, and have performed classical and contemporary repertoire both in Australia and internationally, particularly Mozart comic roles and Baroque repertoire, as well as a bit of James Brown and Aretha Franklin thrown in for good measure!
I am currently based in the Nuriootpa office of Flinders University Rural Health SA (FURHSA), where I work in the area of IT and Comms management and projects across the Rural SA footprint.
Bachelor of Arts (Macquarie) 1998
AMusA - Singing (Aust Music Examinations Board) 2003
Grad Cert Design Science - Digital Media (University of Sydney) 2005
Grad Dip Education - Primary (University of Newcastle) 2006
Master of Education (Monash) 2013
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (2015)
Dean's Honours for Academic Achievement, Faculty of Design and Architecture, University of Sydney, 2005
Executive Dean's Teaching Excellence Award for Clinical Education, Flinders University, 2015
Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University, 2016
Treasurer/Public Relations Coordinator, Friends of the Hill & Son Grand Organ (community organisation), Tanunda, SA: Promoting and managing pipe organ/classical music events at the 1877 Hill & Son Grand Organ, formerly housed at the Adelaide Town Hall.
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