Amy McLennan

Adelaide, South Australia

Amy McLennan is a social researcher, educator, and facilitator with expertise in health, society, technology and food. She also has a passion for designing and facilitating research-infused learning experiences for a wide range of audiences, and has delivered a vibrant range of outputs for international audiences, including corporate training programs, government policy, and public art exhibitions.

Amy is a systems thinker whose work typically sits at the intersections of multiple disciplines and sectors. She has degrees in biomedical science and French (Flinders University), anatomical sciences (University of Adelaide) and medical anthropology (University of Oxford), and she completed her doctoral and post-doctoral studies in social and cultural anthropology (University of Oxford). She has professional experience working in Australian state and federal government departments, including the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and in private sector consulting.

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