Sidonie is a social research and evaluation specialist that provides advice to government, private and NGO clients on issues that affect people, cities and communities.
She works closely with her clients to establish a strong evidence-base for decision-making: whether it’s evaluating the impact of a social program, helping to develop a new strategy or investigating a new policy area. She loves contributing to equity for all people, in Australia and beyond.
Sidonie manages complex projects involving both qualitative and quantitative data analysis. She has expertise in engaging with vulnerable people, including people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Her career highlights include working with the City of Sydney on key areas of social policy such as homelessness and night-time activation, and writing the NSW Refugee Health Plan.