Researcher (Children and Digital Technology)
Angela is a mixed methods researcher working on Disrupting Harm research investigating online child sexual exploitation and abuse. Before joining UNICEF, Angela worked with the Burnet Institute researching the health impacts of technology and co-designing innovative public health programs, products and services. Prior to this Angela spent over a decade working across Asia and the Pacific delivering communications for development (C4D) research, programs and monitoring and evaluation. Her main research interests include exploring the impacts of digital and communications technology on young people’s health. Angela holds a PhD in Public Health and Preventive Medicine (Monash University) and BA in Development Studies/Hons Anthropology (Australian National University).