Dr Ami Seivwright

Postdoctoral Fellow, UWA

Dr Ami Seivwright is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact at UWA. Prior to that, she was a research officer at CSI UWA. Ami’s research at CSI UWA has focused on outcomes measurement, involving both the investigation of outcomes measurement practice in the community sector through the Bankwest Foundation Supporting Growth and Development in the Community Sector program, as well as undertaking the measurement of social and economic outcomes in regional and remote areas. Ami has also been an author on flagship CSI UWA reports, including the Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage Across the Regions report and The State of Homelessness in Australia’s Cities report.

Currently, Ami is working on the 100 Families project, a collaboration between CSI UWA, The University of Western Australia School of Population and Global Health, the Western Australian Council of Social Services, and seven not-for-profit partners that seeks to understand the lived experience of entrenched disadvantage in Western Australia.

Ami holds a PhD and a B.Com(Hons) in Human Resource Management from The University of Western Australia.


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