Dayle joined the ANU National Security College in March 2021 on secondment from what is now the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water, taking up the role as Director, Strategy and Engagement in the Futures Hub.
She has almost two decades of experience working for both state and federal Government, across law enforcement and defence strategic intelligence and policy. After almost 10 years in the intelligence community, Dayle led a behavioural insights and innovation function for the Australian Government, tackling complex environment and energy policy issues. She also has experience in multilateral roles representing Australia at the International Energy Agency, APEC, UNEP, OECD and G20 on a range of complex energy security, agriculture, trade and environment policy issues, including biodiversity and climate change.
Dayle holds a Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice & Human Behaviour) from Griffith University, a Master of Social Science (Criminology) from The University of Queensland and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Policing, Intelligence & Counter-terrorism from Macquarie University.
Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
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The Australian National University
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