Angie is Senior Research Fellow at the Poverty and Inequality Centre and Gender Advisor on the Indonesia Project. Angie is also the Associate Dean for I.D.E.A (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) for the College of Asia and the Pacific.
An anthropologist, Angie has conducted extensive fieldwork and published on issues of intergenerational dynamics and exclusion, youth, multidimensional poverty and gender in Indonesia and Timor-Leste. Her co-edited book with Dr Maj Nygaard-Christensen is titled “Fieldwork in Timor Leste: Understanding Social Change through Practice”.
Angie’s work in international development has focused on social inclusion and gender justice in Indonesia and Timor-Leste. She has managed DFAT-funded flagship projects and regularly provides advice on gender and social inclusion strategy development, implementation and evaluation.
Angie was a Senior Research Fellow on the ARC-funded project, Understanding Childhood Poverty in Indonesia and the DFAT-funded Individual Deprivation Measure.
Angie is a board member of the Indonesia Institute, College of Asia and the Pacific.
Youth, Inter-generational politics and forms of exclusion, Timor-Leste
Gender, Social Inclusion, Children and Multidimensional Poverty, Indonesia