Charlotte is a Senior Research Officer at the Centre for Social Research and Methods. She has a Bachelor of International Studies from the University of Sydney and Master of Politics and Public Policy from Macquarie University.
She has worked on a wide range of social policy issues in remote and urban Australian settings, as well as in the Pacific. She was a consultant for ACIL Allen Consulting, UNICEF and the World Bank. While working for UNICEF she implemented the first Fijian Child Helpline. Charlotte started her career working for the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet.
- Social policy
- International development
- Drought policy and emergency management
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander policy
- Child protection policy
- Education policy
- Qualitative methods
Biddle, N, & Boyer, C, 2021, ‘Bushfire resilience and bushfire behaviour’, ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods, Canberra.
Esler, M, Boyer, C, & Gray, M, 2021, ‘Working paper: Evaluation of the St Vincent de Paul Society’s implementation of the Drought Community Support Initiative’, ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods, Canberra.
Paterson, M, Boyer, C, Stevens, M, & Whitty, M, 2020, NT Gambling Project: Development and pilot of a health promotion initiative addressing gambling harm in Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory – Final Report, ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods, Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin.
Paterson, M, Whitty, M, & Boyer, C, 2020, ‘An overview of digital and online strategies to reduce gambling harm’, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 00: 1– 10. https://doi.org/10.1002/hpja.341