Dr

Tracey Benson

Holt, ACT
Professional Associate, Institute of Applied Ecology
University of Canberra
Contact via phone

Expertise

ArtsBehaviour changeDigital technologypublic policyscience communicationMedia and communicationsSocial media and online platformsEquity and access / social disadvantage
OVERVIEW OF EXPERTISE IN RELATION TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK AND IMPACT

Dr Tracey M Benson is a systems thinker / connector working across government, education and community sectors, specialising in behavioural insights and organisational change, digital transformation, media/communications policy and strategy. Focus on user experience, responsive and inclusive design, open data, mobile, online and emerging technologies. Significant experience at the executive level in the public sector, with recent roles focusing on strategy, communications and behavioural insights. She now works as a consultant to the public sector and is an Adjunct Professional Associate at the Institute of Applied Ecology at the University of Canberra and visiting researcher at Victoria University Wellington, NZ. Tracey is passionate about digital equity and social empowerment focusing on engaging people to effectively access and use technology to improve their ability to traverse an increasingly tech saturated world.

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