Sally Camilleri’s academic experience encompasses welfare studies, anthropology and education. She has many years’ experience as an educator and facilitator of learning that builds on a career in direct service delivery, community development and project management with people with a disability, refugee and migrant women.
Sally’s work is focused on promoting community wellbeing, gender equity and advocating structural change for social justice. Having developed, implemented and delivered a wellbeing program for women who experience mental health problems and for their carers that has been implemented in Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania.
She has advanced group facilitation skills applied to both community and professional environments. As an educator Sally employs method to encourage others to recognise existing knowledge, the learner has built through their lived experience, and works to create safe environments for continued learning. Sally has a Bachelor of Arts, Associate Diploma in Welfare, Certificate in Intellectual Disability Services and Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training.
Sally have significant experience working in the not for profit, welfare and community sector working with carers, people with a disability and aged care.