Emma Williams

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

20102020

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Emma Williams has had a long career in evaluation, research and program development in Canada and Australia, moving between academia, public service and private practice.

In 2009/10 she became a Principal Research Fellow with the Centre for Social Partnerships in Lifelong Learning (CDU) where she evaluated one aspect of NTER while researching remote workforce development, and the linkages between policy, practice and research/evaluation. She was recently a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at ANU working on issues of service delivery for Indigenous people with disabilities, and is currently a Principal Scientist in the Evaluations for Northern Contexts area at the Northern Institute of Charles Darwin University.

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