Amy Carrad
B.Public Health (UOW), PhD (UOW)

Amy is a Research Officer with ARCHE | Australian Research Centre for Health Equity in the ANU’s School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet). Amy is currently researching power and privilege in relation to public policy and health equity. Prior to joining RegNet, Amy was Project Manager and Primary Research Assistant on a project exploring the role of Australian local governments and civil society organisations in food system governance. She was the lead research assistant on a large systematic literature review on nutrition labelling policy for the WHO’s Nutrition Guidance Expert Advisory Group. Amy is passionate about food systems - she is a member of the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance and their Peoples’ Food Plan working group, Young Farmers Connect’s secretary and a member of their strategic working group, the ACT Food Advisory Panel convened by Regional Development Australia ACT, and the Right to Food Coalition.

Research Interest

Food systems, health equity, social equity, civil society, privilege