Dr Amy McLennan is a human scientist and social researcher working at the intersections of technology and humanity. Her background reflects her commitment to human wellbeing, collaboration and taking action.
Amy has academic training in the biomedical sciences, social sciences and French language, and professional experience in the academic, policy and private sectors. She is a Research Fellow at the 3A Institute of The Australian National University and a Research Affiliate with the School of Anthropology at the University of Oxford, where her recent research has included collaborative projects focusing on food, health policy, loneliness, non-communicable diseases, digital health and anatomical sciences.
She also has experience working in national policymaking, with the Australian Government’s Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and human-centred design consulting, with the firm ThinkPlace Global.