Elizabeth-Rose Ahearn

Amplify Online Project Manager

Rose Ahearn is a mixed-methods researcher with expertise in community sector program evaluation, psychometrics, program design and implementation. Since joining the Centre for Social Impact UNSW in 2018, Rose has led multiple evaluation projects for a wide range of not-for-profits, social enterprises and corporate organisations.

Alongside her evaluation work Rose has led the Amplify Online research project and its online platform development, first as a researcher then as Product Owner and now as the Project Manager.

Under Rose’s guidance the platform has gone from concept to reality, supporting community sector organisations to easily identify the outcomes they need to measure, select indicators from our bank of over 500 categorised and ranked measurement tools, and distribute surveys to key stakeholders.

Prior to joining CSI, Rose was a researcher and practitioner in the community sector. She holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours), a Master of Science in Global Mental Health and alongside her work on Amplify, is currently undertaking her PhD in social impact evaluation, aiming to identify the research methodologies which can generate the greatest overall benefit for the community sector.


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