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Chloe Benson

Programs & Innovation Lead
Joined Assembly:
(03) 5173 8398

Personal Experience

My name is Chloe and I am the Programs and Innovation Lead with the Latrobe Health Assembly. I joined the team in late 2019, motivated by a strong commitment to social justice and a passion to work with others to improve health and wellbeing in my community.

Prior to my current role, I worked in academia as a Lecturer in the School of Arts at Federation University. This involved developing and teaching a range of media and cultural studies courses, as well as working on diverse research and community engagement projects. This research spanned various topics, including: child and youth wellbeing, mental health and worker’s compensation claims, collective impact, film festivals, and LGBTQIA+ representation and community-building. I hold a PhD in Screen and Media Studies, a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours and a Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing.

I have had the pleasure of working on a range of Latrobe Health Assembly projects, including: Make Your Move Latrobe; My Valley, My Home; the H2WOAH Sugary Drinks Campaign; and Latrobe Streetgames.

Working alongside the full Assembly and our various partners makes for such a motivating work environment, rich with opportunities to listen, learn and put innovative ideas into action. In 5 years’ time I hope this spirit of innovation continues and that it has assisted us in supporting measurable improvements to the health and wellbeing of all those working and living in the Latrobe Valley.  

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