Bravehearts Executive Research Advisory Panel

 
Bravehearts Executive Research Advisory Panel is made of individuals across a range of disciplines and sectors and with varying experiences and interests. All share a passion for advancing knowledge and research relating to child sexual assault. With the diverse membership of the Executive Research Advisory Panel, many differing views are represented. Not all members of the Executive Advisory Panel hold the same positions as Bravehearts on all matters, and likewise Bravehearts may hold different positions to the members. The common goal of Bravehearts Executive Research Advisory Panel is a commitment to sharing their knowledge and working together to assist Bravehearts ensure the best interests and protection of children in our communities.
  • Peter Bickford (Barrister)
  • Francesca Brown (Child and Youth Forensic Outreach Services, Children’s Health Queensland)
  • Associate Professor Annie Cossins (Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales)
  • Barbara Cox (Sequel Communications)
  • Philip Crawford (Henry Davis York Lawyers)
  • Dr Melissa Curley (Political Science and International Studies, University of Queensland)
  • Dr Michael Flood (School of Social Science, University of Wollongong)
  • Dr Terry Goldsworthy (Faculty of Society and Design, Bond University)
  • Dr Margaret Hardy (The University of Queensland)
  • Leah Hobbs (University of Queensland)
  • Wilma James (Uniquest, University of Queensland)
  • Professor Mark Kebbell (School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University)
  • Greg Layton (Neurosport)
  • Dr Ben Mathews (Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology)
  • Professor Paul Mazerolle (Violence Research and Prevention Program, Griffith University)
  • Dr Elspeth McInnes (School of Education, University of South Australia)
  • Dr Nadine McKillop (University of the Sunshine Coast)
  • Jillian Milford-Burgess (Henry Davis York Lawyers)
  • Anthony Pillion (Webshield)
  • Professor Boni Robertson (Office of Indigenous Community Engagement, Policy and Partnerships, Griffith University)
  • Detective Inspector Jon Rouse (Taskforce Argos, Queensland Police Service)
  • Tracey Ryan (Lawyer)
  • Damian Scattini (Quinn Emanuel)
  • Professor Caroline Taylor (Foundation Chair of Social Justice, Edith Cowan University)
  • Dr Kerryann Walsh (Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology)