Winnie’s role focuses on the Renovation Pathways project to decarbonise and improve efficiencies within the residential buildings sector. Her key responsibilities include desktop literature research and review, supporting engagement workshops with stakeholders, and developing project outputs. Keenly interested in the intersection between climate change and health, Winnie particularly enjoys researching design strategies and policy recommendations to improve health outcomes, reduce energy poverty and decarbonise the built environment.
She joined Climateworks following a strong academic record which included the Dean’s List Award in 2021, and in 2022, along with the Monash Business School Student Excellence award as the top performing student in ‘BEX3500 – Current Issues in Commerce’.
Winnie was earlier awarded the Community Leaders Scholarship by Monash in 2020 and in the same year, was sponsored by the Faculty of Science to attend an undergraduate women in STEM development program.
She holds Bachelors of Commerce and Science (majoring in sustainability and physiology, minoring in economics and microbiology), both with Monash University.