Carine Rowlands has a Bachelor of Health Science and a Graduate Diploma of Education. She has over ten years’ experience developing and delivering health promotion programs and teaching in primary and secondary schools. She worked as a health promoter in rural and remote communities in Western Australia, in Victoria and in Kenya. She has worked with and for state and local Government and community-based sectors across health and education. Carine is passionate about health equity and has sought work and life experiences that strengthen this passion and deepen her understanding of the social determinants of health. Some highlights have been working with Aboriginal women on a nutrition project in the Kimberley, developing mental health projects to support vulnerable young people in Melbourne and teaching migrant and refugee children in Perth.

Carine is working as a PHAIWA Project Officer across a range of projects. She can be contacted by phone 9266 2489 or email