Brodie Brady

Brodie brings to the Centre 10 years’ experience working in the public health sector in government and non-government organisations, including health promotion and education in the fields of women’s health, aged care, youth mental health, food security and sustainability, and physical activity. Brodie’s early career experience includes providing research administration support at the Cancer Research Division at Cancer Council NSW. She also brings knowledge and skills in stakeholder engagement, partnership building, grant writing, website content creation, and social media campaigns. Brodie holds a Masters of Public Health with excellence at UNSW.

Brodie contributes to the Centre’s research and translation activity by supporting the effective operation of the UOW node, including managing teams, schedules, communications, spaces, projects and liaison within and amongst the UOW node investigators. Brodie hopes that she will be able to contribute to research and policy that support families and children to safely navigate and confidently make informed choices in the digital world, and ensure children have the best possible health and education outcomes.

Earliest digital memory
Playing Alex the Kidd with my siblings on the Sega Mega Drive!


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