Zoe Callis

Graduate Research Assistant

Zoe Callis is a Graduate Research Assistant at the Centre for Social Impact at UWA. Her work at CSI UWA has focused on the on collection and analysis of outcomes data at the subregional level. In addition, Zoe has been involved in the Bankwest Foundation Supporting Growth and Development in the Community Sector program, leading authorship of the most recent Snapshot Report, which presents the results of the second annual Outcomes Measurement in the Community Sector Survey.

Zoe was also a main author on the State of Homelessness in Australia's Cities report. Zoe is currently managing the administrative and technical aspects of the J2SI homelessness intervention research study, including the development of a self-updating, real-time monitoring system of ongoing data collections, coordination and collaboration with interviewers in Melbourne, and analysis and reporting of data.

Zoe has been integral to the project management and attainment of the 100 Families research grant. Zoe holds a B.Arts (Psychology) and Master of Professional Accounting (with Distinction) from The University of Western Australia.


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