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Michelle is a PhD candidate in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Flinders University researching the “tipping point” or set of circumstances that led to someone becoming food insecure, and what “orthodox” and “unorthodox” ways they use to get food. She believes everyone has the right to food and this basic human right is often forgotten about or hidden in Australian society. Michelle has been involved with the Onkaparinga Food Security Collaborative and the Anti-Poverty Network SA. She has also written and co-authored academic papers on school breakfast programs and unorthodox food acquisition practices as well as co-authored a book chapter on nutrition and learning in the Australian context.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor (Honours), Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity, Flinders University

Award Date: 25 Oct 2018

Bachelor, Bachelor of Health Science (Health Promotion), Flinders University

Award Date: 12 Apr 2017


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