Christina is an experienced project and team manager, with over 20 years’ experience in providing expert statistical analysis, data wrangling, management and interpretation. Christina has successfully delivered a range of quantitative data analyses for Federal Government and academic institutions to inform policy makers and evaluation. She has expertise in developing, collecting and analysing quantitative statistical data to meet a variety of strategic and policy requirements. Christina has extensive experience in working with social and organisational research, together with a range of other data and domains such as population and demographic statistics. She has a demonstrated in-depth knowledge and practical experience in developing predictive models using a range of statistical tools and techniques. She has worked with a wide variety of data sources (e.g. administrative data, survey data and integrated data products). Christina has extensive experience in working across Government departments, and in translating academic research into practical applications. She has experience in leading teams, managing projects, and influencing senior stakeholders.
Her core competencies include: data evaluation and analysis; team and project management; research translation; research and evaluation (including clinical interventions); descriptive statistics and data visualisation; survey planning, design and testing; organisational capability development; SPSS, SPSS AMOS, R, Mplus, SAS.
Qualifications & Memberships
- PhD in Organisational Psychology, University of Adelaide
- Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, Anthropology) (Honours in Psychology), University of Adelaide