At ISCRR, we like to show our appreciation for the wonderful work of our passionate and talented staff members. This month we are showcasing Blaire Dobiecki, ISCRR Research Communications Officer.
Blaire is part of the Research Communications and Translation Team at ISCRR and specialises in developing engaging content for a range of stakeholders, across a variety of digital mediums. She manages ISCRR’s social media presence, the bi-monthly stakeholder newsletter and internal communications. She is particularly passionate about telling the human stories that ISCRR research directly impacts, with a particular interest in videography.
Previous to ISCRR, she has over 10 years of diverse experience within the science communication and education industries, with organisations such as CSIRO, Museums Victoria, Questacon and Teach For Australia. This work included writing and editing published science articles, presenting science shows, producing movies, teaching maths and science in high schools, and working as a scientific research assistant. She has a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Zoology and Environmental Science, and two Masters Degrees in Science Communication and Teaching, respectively.
At home, Blaire enjoys propagating plants both indoors and out, and spending time with her dearly beloved partner, children and dogs.