Carmen Schroder

At ISCRR, we like to show our appreciation for the wonderful work of our passionate and talented staff members. This month we are showcasing Carmen Schroder, ISCRR Research Officer.

Carmen works in the research team on various evaluations and research projects. Most recently she led ISCRR’s monitoring and evaluation of the Vicarious Trauma Prevention and Awareness Toolkit project; a partnership with CPSU, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Justice and Community Safety and WorkSafe Victoria.

Watch Carmen explain what Vicarious Trauma is in this ISCRR explainer video.

Since 2010, Carmen has worked with government, academic, not-for-profit and community organisations to evaluate and strengthen services, systems and policy. Motivated by social justice, Carmen is interested in systems improvement and capacity building solutions. She has a Bachelor of Applied Science, Psychology (Hons) from RMIT University.

In her spare time, Carmen enjoys pottering in her garden and playing boggle with her children.


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