Narelle Mullan

Narelle Mullan is the WA Program Manager for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course and oversees administration of the grant as well as facilitating strategic partnerships for the Centre. Her current role also involves supporting researchers to build collaborations, with a focus on teamwork and productive and positive relationships that support strategic goals and result in mutual benefits.

Narelle has experience working with universities, government agencies and non-profit organisations. Her previous role with Telethon Kids was with the NHMRC FASD Research Australia Centre of Research Excellence, which had a health promotion and neuro-disability focus. Prior to joining Telethon Kids, she managed a portfolio of spatial health research projects for the Co-operative Research Centre for Spatial Information, based at Curtin University.

Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Computing) and Graduate Diploma (Remote Sensing and Land Information) from Curtin University.

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Narelle Mullan is the WA Program Manager for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families Over the Life Course and oversees administration of the grant as well as facilitating strategic partnerships for the Centre. Her current role also involves supporting researchers to build collaborations, with a focus on teamwork and productive and positive relationships that support strategic goals and result in mutual benefits.

Narelle has experience working with universities, government agencies and non-profit organisations. Her previous role with Telethon Kids was with the NHMRC FASD Research Australia Centre of Research Excellence, which had a health promotion and neuro-disability focus. Prior to joining Telethon Kids, she managed a portfolio of spatial health research projects for the Co-operative Research Centre for Spatial Information, based at Curtin University.

Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Computing) and Graduate Diploma (Remote Sensing and Land Information) from Curtin University.