Team Group: National Team

Elise Davis
17 January 2024

Elise Davis

Elise Davis is the National Evaluation Manager for ENVISAGE Families. Elise is a public health researcher, with a background in psychology. Her research career has focused on supporting the mental health and quality of life of people with disability and their families. She has worked at Universities and in Government and non-Government organisations. Her passion […]
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Elise Davis
17 January 2024

Elise Davis

Elise Davis is the National Evaluation Manager for ENVISAGE Families. Elise is a public health researcher, with a background in psychology. Her research career has focused on supporting the mental health and quality of life of people with disability and their families. She has worked at Universities and in Government and non-Government organisations. Her passion […]
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Bridget O’Connor
17 January 2024

Bridget O’Connor

Bridget O’Connor, our ENVISAGE National Training Manager, is a postdoctoral fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and a dedicated Paediatric Physiotherapist. With extensive clinical experience, Bridget has a deep interest in supporting families new to the experience of raising a child with a disability.
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Kerry Britt
17 January 2024

Kerry Britt

Kerry Britt, a doctoral student at the University of Melbourne, brings innovative perspectives and a passion for making a positive impact on the lives of children with disabilities. Kerry is investigating service provision in the disability sector and is currently completing her PhD titled ‘ENVISAGE-SP: Creating opportunities to change how service providers think, talk about […]
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Jacky Lipson
17 January 2024

Jacky Lipson

Jacky Lipson (she/her) is the National Project Officer for ENVISAGE and comes from Boon Wurrung Country. She is as a physiotherapist who has worked with children with disabilities and their families across Australia and the UK. Jacky is driven by the desire for a more equal and inclusive world, where all children with disabilities have […]
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