Jacqui Davison is a Research Officer with the Prevention Centre based at the Sax Institute. Her role is to coordinate participatory modelling projects that, in partnership with state health departments, synthesise evidence and inform policy for complex public health problems.
Jacqui has more than 15 years’ experience in global health policy and program delivery primarily with Australian government agencies and non-government organisations.
She most recently worked in the Australian social policy sector, and before that in international development operations, managing public health programs on behalf of donors in Papua New Guinea and across the Pacific.
Jacqui has a Master of International Public Health and a Bachelor in Arts in psychology and politics.
Jacqui works across the Prevention Centre’s simulation modelling projects.