Over the last seven years, Ms Jacqueline McConnell has been responsible for the development, design and submission of international development project funding proposals.
In her current role, Ms McConnell coordinates an A$3.8 million Government Partnership Development Project to increase education capacity in Papua, Indonesia. This includes planning and organising the delivery of 25 workshops within Indonesia for 1500 participants, liaising with in-country partners, liaising with USC academic staff to ensure appropriate information is delivered to participants, and managing the project budget. Jacqueline is also responsible for contract negotiation, project implementation, monitoring and evaluation, final funds acquittal and reporting.
During her career, Jacqueline has worked extensively with international partners and governments, museums, universities and the private sector. She is currently completing a Master of International Development degree at RMIT, to ensure current thinking informs and enriches her work.