Dr Rebeccah Bartlett recently joined the Project Rozana Board. She is an experienced Registered Nurse-Midwife and Rotary World Peace Fellow with an exemplary career in research, policy writing, and clinical service provision focused on sexual health, family planning, women’s reproductive health, immunisation, and public health.
Rebeccah now specialises in digital health for marginalised communities.
Rebeccah’s expertise covers mentoring, capacity-building, conflict resolution and negotiation, team building, and leadership and she is committed to community care and humanitarian services.
She is an active contributor to maternal health services for refugees and various organisations providing community aid, emergency relief and clinical support and has a participative leadership style with excellent skills in cross-functional team building, quality performance and service improvement.
Rebeccah is passionate about reducing health disparities in underserved communities and promoting respectful maternity care. She recently gained her PhD from Monash University in refugee digital health. She is also the founder of Shifra, a web app designed to improve sexual and reproductive health access for refugee and migrant populations.
Rebeccah utilises design thinking tools and applies an intersectional feminist approach to all her research and community partnerships.