Caroline Badel

Clinic Fellow, Regulation & Governance Research and Practice Clinic

Caroline is an Adviser in the Honours & Symbols Section, Government Division for the Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet.

With over 20 years’ experience providing administrative and executive support to senior and high-profile executives varying between law, finance, sports administration, and sports media & broadcasting, and now, the Federal Government, Caroline brings a depth and diversity of professional knowledge and experience.

Caroline has a bachelor’s degree in Media Communications from Griffith University and is currently studying a Master of International Relations (specialising in Global Affairs and National Security) and a Graduate Certificate of Law (specialising in International Law – International and National Security Law) at the Australian National University.

As a member of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, Caroline keeps abreast of current international issues through her participation in seminars and working groups for government-commissioned initiatives.

Caroline is a road cyclist enthusiast and a member of Rapha Cycling Club. Her achievements include the 7 Peaks Challenge (Dinner Plain, Falls Creek, Lake Mountain, Mt Baw Baw, Mt Buffalo, Mt Bulla, and Mt Hotham). Caroline has also participated in endurance rides for charity including the Hobart to Port Arthur Ride to raise money for the 20-year anniversary of the Port Arthur Massacre, which involved over 200km of riding and over 2,500 vertical metres.

Caroline is an avid reader and her favourite way to unwind is playing Minecraft with her son.

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