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Victoria Kearney

Victoria Kearney is currently completing a Doctorate of Philosophy in Human Geography at Macquarie University. She has wide and extensive experience as a strategic planner, project manager and policy analyst in government. She has also gained considerable experience in outcomes planning. She has been involved in the evaluation and project management of various innovative projects including affordable housing, outcomes planning, and sustainable development projects within industry.

Victoria has worked in local government and in NSW Health for 20 years in various fields. These fields have included health promotion, population health and health outcomes planning, quality management, and public and environmental health. Victoria holds a Masters of Public Health from University of Western Sydney.

She is currently lobbying for a non government organisation on Water, Higher Education and Regional Development issues. In addition she has held a teaching position at University of Western Sydney for 14 years in public health. Victoria has a particular interest in outcomes planning and measurement, sustainable community development and health, community and government relations, and influencing public policy.


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