Maggie is an experienced Human Factors specialist and Behavioural Scientist with a PhD in Human Factors psychology from Monash University, Melbourne. Maggie joined Navigatus in 2018, bringing her consulting and research experience in systems safety, accident analysis and transportation psychology. She is passionate about learning from systems failures and near misses to enhance public safety and system resilience; in the course of realising this passion she has acquired significant expertise in designing, conducting and analysing human factors and behavioural projects and translating these findings into meaningful recommendations and policy advice. Her clients have included New Zealand Transport Agency, New Zealand Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Police Association of New South Wales, Ministry of Health, Victoria, Transport Victoria, as well as major mining, retail and freight organisations.
Prior to joining Navigatus, Maggie spent four years as a senior researcher within the Behavioural Sciences team at WSP Opus and before this, six years as a researcher in the Human Factors team at the Monash University Accident Research Centre in Melbourne. She has also worked in the commercial team at Arup, London on the King’s Cross Underground upgrade and for the Injury Prevention Research Unit, University of Otago as a data analyst.