Dr Veronica Coram is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact Flinders.
She is a social policy researcher with a particular interest in the impacts of policy on economic inequality and policies affecting children and young people, and the political participation of marginalised groups.
Veronica has worked with a range of not-for-profit agencies and government clients on program evaluations and other projects, in areas including homelessness, domestic and family violence, and child protection and out-of-home care.
Recent work includes projects on the electoral participation of people experiencing homelessness; whole-of-community responses to domestic violence in regional areas; incorporating lived experience in leadership and governance; and funding homelessness interventions through social impact investment.
Veronica is also undertaking work on the role of inheritance in driving inequality and the taxation of bequests.Back to Our People