Amy is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) where she assists with social research and engagement in the mining and extractive industries.

Amy is a multi-disciplinary social researcher, with a specialisation in social impact assessment (SIA), political science, and Indigenous governance. She has experience working for and researching with Indigenous organisations, government, and private industry in Canada and Australia.

Amy holds a Master of Development Practice with a specialization in Social and Cultural Aspects of Development from the University of Queensland. Amy has an undergraduate background in Political Science and Indigenous Studies from the University of Alberta.

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Master’s thesis: “Reconciliation through agreement-making: observing a process between the Dja Dja Wurrung and local government.”