Kaitlyn applies a structured, evidence-based approach, complemented by qualitative and quantitative data skills, to produce practical insights. Her critical thinking and problem-solving skills help to quickly identify key opportunities and underlying challenges. Kaitlyn has a passion for people and developing innovative solutions to address organisations’ complex needs.
Before joining Nous, Kaitlyn was a member of the Queensland Occupational Violence Strategy Unit in Queensland Health. She was involved in piloting, implementing and evaluating initiatives that aimed to reduce occupational violence in healthcare. Part of Kaitlyn’s role was to work with key stakeholders across the state and promote interagency collaboration.
Kaitlyn is a registered psychologist and holds a Master of Organisational Psychology and a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours). While completing these programs she led a large research project with the Queensland Police Service, investigating the protective role of psychosocial safety climate and stress mindset on burnout.
Kaitlyn loves adventure and can often be found camping and hiking with her partner and energetic German Shorthaired Pointer.