Mayura is a Consultant in ACIL Allen’s Melbourne office. She works in the social policy space with capabilities in program evaluation and qualitative analysis.
Mayura is a qualitative researcher with experience in the mental health, community services and justice spaces. Mayura’s recent project experience includes:
- evaluation of government programs in the education, community services and social cohesion sectors to support program outcomes and improve delivery
- analysing the contemporary evidence base of Victoria’s protective security infrastructure
- program evaluations of government programs in the mental health sector
- producing a consultation summary report informing the phase-out of single-use plastics for the ACT government
Prior to joining ACIL Allen, Mayura was at university research centre working in the social policy space with not-for-profit, Governments, community organisations and indigenous communities in Australia, India and Papua New Guinea.
Mayura has a Master of International Development from RMIT University and a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) from Symbiosis International University, India.