Pip specialises in gender and inclusion in humanitarian practice. Over the past five years, Pip has worked in operational and technical roles in the not-for-profit and private sectors, including in the areas of online education, community health and international development, with a focus on supporting women’s rights and equality in the Asia Pacific region, and Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islands communities.
Pip has a specialist interest in teaching and learning, and enhancing business processes and development for humanitarian agencies. She is passionate about positively enhancing the effectiveness, efficiency and appropriateness of humanitarian action. She has teaching and facilitation experience through online workshops for community members to enhance their health education. She has experience in project management and process improvement in online education.
Pip currently provides research, technical and policy advice across Humanitarian Advisory Group’s portfolio of work. Pip’s recent work includes conducting research on the role of women in countering violent extremism, women in humanitarian leadership, and analysis of the effectiveness of disaster risk reduction and management through the Humanitarian Partnership Agreement. She has supported the evaluation of Australia’s humanitarian programming in Myanmar (forthcoming) and is lead support on evaluating disability inclusiveness in Australia’s humanitarian response (forthcoming). She is currently the co-lead on Humanitarian Advisory Group’s teaching partnership with La Trobe University, and facilitates the Master of International Development Human Security subject.
Pip has a Masters of International Development, where her thesis focussed on the role of women in countering violent extremism.
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