Oli is a research assistant and provisional psychologist (full registration pending) with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. For more than half a decade, Oli has applied diverse knowledge in adult learning, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology and organisational psychology across academic, research, not-for-profit, public sector and private enterprise settings. These diverse interests have seen Oli published in various areas ranging from psychopharmacology, job training and intelligence.

Being a psychologist with a research background, Oli is passionate about evidence-based solutions, and practicable science communication for his clients. Oli brings a curious, growth-mindset approach to his work, where people and their potential are the basis for creating solutions. Problem-solving for the individual, the team and the organisation is what motivates Oli and drives him to create meaningful development in his work-partnering.

Oli is always keen to get out of the house, where he enjoys a game of soccer, cycling Victoria’s abundant trails and photographing the natural landscape.