Ingrid is a logical thinker with strong analytical skills.
Over the last decade, she has worked across clinical and advisory roles in the healthcare sector and in data and policy areas of government. She has a knack for simplifying complex ideas into easy-to-follow concepts, particularly via visual narratives and design.
- Analysed hospital, mortality, health survey, workforce, Medicare and pharmaceutical data for routine and ad-hoc reporting on chronic conditions such as arthritis in Australia
- Assessed and reviewed applications for grant funding under chronic disease policy areas, monitored grant recipients’ progress and was responsible for ministerial briefings, public correspondence and liaising with other stakeholders
- Engaged almost 50 stakeholders and synthesised their perspectives on the role of art, design and architecture in health and wellness to help articulate the role of Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts
- Facilitated interdisciplinary student focus groups on incorporating design elements into pre-health and health track education for the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts
- Reporting on learnings from visits to the Aravind Eye Hospital and American Academy of Optometry Meeting was published in Insight, Australia’s longest running ophthalmic industry publication.
Outside of Nous
Prior to joining Nous, Ingrid was a data analyst and worked frequently with large administrative and survey datasets. She has experience with SAS, R, Tableau and Kentico CMS, among other programs.
From 2017 to 2019, Ingrid was a McDonnell Scholar at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri, where she completed a Master of Public Health.
In her spare time...
Ingrid likes to learn about different cultures and languages. She has travelled extensively across Asia and worked in many different corners of Australia from Stanley, Tasmania to Port Hedland, Western Australia.