Stephanie is a Lecturer in Nutrition in the School of Medical and Health Sciences. Her current research projects include food security, regional and remote child nutrition and healthy built food environments.
- NUT1121 Human Nutrition
- NUT3241 Controversies in Nutrition
- NUT1121 Human Nutrition (Unit Coordinator on-campus and off-campus)
- NUT3241 Controversies in Nutrition (Unit Coordinator)
Stephanie completed her PhD in regional and remote children’s food security and fruit and vegetable consumption in 2017 through ECU. Her study was inspired by her practice as a public health and community nutritionist for over a decade.
- 2017-current: Lecturer – Edith Cowan University
- 2015-current: Public Health Consultant
- 2010-2015: Regional Strategy Coordinator/Public Health Nutritionist - Foodbank WA
- 2007-2010: Administrative Assistant/Project Manager/Executive Officer - Nutrition Australia WA Division
- 2007-2010: Project Officer, ‘Waist Disposal Challenge’ Project – Curtin University
- 2009-2010: Research Officer - Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, University of WA
- 2008-2009: Project Coordinator, Child and Adolescent Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey – Edith Cowan University
- 2007-2008: Senior Researcher, Vegetables & Fruit for Health and Healing Project – Edith Cowan University
- Public Health Association of Australia - Co-Vice President WA Branch, 2015-current.
- Nutrition Society of Australia – member and Registered Public Health Nutritionist, 2015-current.
- World Public Health Nutrition Association – member and Certified Public Health Nutritionist, 2015 – current.
- WA Primary Health Alliance - South West Stakeholder Reference Group, 2015-current
- WA Health Promoting Schools Association – Executive Committee Member, 2013-2014.
- WA Food Security Network – Member, 2012-2014.
- Pilbara Nutrition Network – Member, 2012-2014.
- Nutrition Australia – Deputy Chair/Committee member, 2006-2010.
- Slow Food Perth – Committee member, 2006-2010.
Awards and Recognition
- 2016 - Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) WA Branch Scholarship to attend PHAA 44th Annual Conference and 20th Chronic Diseases Network Conference, Alice Springs, Northern Territory.
- 2015 - Healthway Health Promotion Research Training Scholarship (PhD), 2015-2016.
- 2014 - State Winner (Foodbank WA role): WA Health Excellence Awards, ‘Overcoming Inequities’ category, (Department of Health).
- 2014 - State Finalist (Foodbank WA role): Community Service Excellence Awards, ‘Partnerships’ category (Department of Local Government and Communities and WA Council of Social Services).
Research Areas and Interests
- Regional and Remote Nutrition
- Food Security
- Sustainable Food Systems
- Healthy Built Food Environments
- Children’s Nutrition
- Charitable Food Secto