Amy Tapsell is a Research Officer at the University of Sydney for the Gender Equality in Working Life Research Initiative (GEWL). Her current research (funded by an Australian Research Council Linkage Project) investigates how gendered dynamics and inequalities play out in two distinct workplace contexts (the retail industry and legal profession). Amy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Public Health (Health Promotion) from the University of Wollongong. She has worked in research (with her research work spanning across the disciplines of social sciences, health, and psychology), as well as in the government sector.
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