Axelle Marjolin

Research Officer

Axelle Marjolin is a casual Research Officer at the Centre for Social Impact. Axelle’s research at CSI spans multiple avenues of social change including financial resilience and wellbeing and cross-sector collaboration, outcomes measurement, and a systems approach to solving complex social issues. Her areas of research interest include housing and homelessness, social innovations, and the intersection of business and social change.

Axelle is also currently a Scientia PhD Scholar at UNSW Sydney. Her thesis aims to look at the implication of adopting practices typically associated with the business sector on non-profit organisations in Australia, as well as the clients they serve. By investigating the interaction between financial sustainability and mission, the research seeks to further the knowledge of previously underexplored risks to sector-sustainability and enhance the sector's ability to tackle social problems.
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