Jeanine is passionate about delivering user-centric and citizen-focused policy solutions. She is a powerful communicator who combines her breadth of evaluation experience with strong quantitative, qualitative and analytical skills.
Developed a framework for a state government to catalyse economic growth through digitalisation. This led to the determining of future digital priorities for the state government and economy.
Evaluated a number of education programs that engage with technology to improve education outcomes e.g. Maths by Inquiry, Coding Across the Curriculum, and the Teacher and Principal Notebook Program.
Conducted a strategic review of employee mental health and wellbeing services for a Victorian emergency services provider.
Designed a monitoring and evaluation framework for a refugee health service provider in Victoria. This directly contributed to increased philanthropic funding to the service provider.
Prior to dandolo Jeanine worked in:
Continuous Quality Improvement for the Health Program of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. The role involved ensuring that: the health program met accreditation standards; health service delivery is cultural responsive; and monitoring and evaluation is embedded in the service delivery model.
Monitoring and Evaluation for CARE International. Jeanine was based in Azraq Refugee Camp, Jordan. Her role involved stakeholder engagement, data collection and data analysis for a major Impact Evaluation.
Jeanine has a Bachelor of Biomedicine (Honours) Degree (Microbiology & Immunology) and is currently completing a Master of Public Health (Health Policy), both from the University of Melbourne. During her time at University, she was Community Representative of her residential college, Alumni Officer of the Melbourne Population Health Student Association, and President of Crossing Borders Melbourne.