Emily Hull

Emily Hull


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Emily is a motivated, challenge-driven consultant who analyses problems and amalgamates different ways of thinking to develop effective solutions. Emily’s contributions to a range of international research projects has given her extensive experience in meeting clients’ needs and stakeholder expectations. She is passionate about social equality, including regional development and the rights of minority groups.

Influential work

  • Re-constructed ancient trade networks in the Louisiade Archipelago, Papua New Guinea, to highlight past social connections that can be drawn on to mitigate the impact of climate change on local resource availability
  • Supported a residential hall review and implementation of sexual harassment policies
  • Designed and implemented learning plans for Indigenous students to ensure they were supported throughout their university experience
  • Managed the design and implementation of a program aimed at raising mental health awareness in a residential hall
  • Re-designed a technical research methodology to mitigate system bottlenecks and facilitate better resource management.

Outside of Nous

Before joining Nous, Emily was an archaeological research assistant at the University of New South Wales. In this role, she contributed to projects in Papua New Guinea, Australia, Malaysia and Germany.

Emily holds Bachelors of Advanced Science (Honours) and Arts from the University of New South Wales. She is interested in creating spaces for collaboration between Indigenous knowledge and Western science, presenting a paper on this topic at the 2018 Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Conference. She works as a tutor for the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme and is part of an alumni committee that monitors the implementation of sexual harassment policies in a residential college at the University of New South Wales.

In her spare time...

Emily is passionate about the outdoors and travel, and has spent time hiking in Australia, Europe and South East Asia. Between overseas adventures she enjoys yoga, coffee, pottery and running.