Rachael is a social scientist that has experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Central Australia within native title and land rights to produce native title claim research, and advocate for the rights and interests of native title holders and traditional owners. She has also worked with post-determination PBCs with their governance and compliance.
Rachael’s skill set includes field, desktop and archival research, and qualitative research and analysis. She has a particular interest in understanding the forces that drive inequality. Rachael holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Sociology with Anthropology (Honours) from Deakin University and is currently studying a Master of International and Development Economics at the Australian National University.
At AIGI, Rachael is a part of the team reviewing and redeveloping the Indigenous Governance Toolkit.