Rosalie Willows

Research Officer

Rosalie’s practical, research and academic interests have focused primarily on anthropology and Indigenous affairs. She received First Class Honours for her thesis, which focused on the persistence of employment as an institutional response to Indigenous disadvantage. Rosalie has demonstrated high level capabilities in desktop, literature and qualitative research. She is proficient in cross cultural engagement and communication, including conducting interviews and coordinating and participating in stakeholder meetings.


Previously, she has worked on an Australia Research Council Indigenous Discovery Project at the National Centre for Indigenous Studies. She has conducted field work in Broome and some surrounding remote Indigenous communities. This involved the use of qualitative research including interviews and other primary and secondary data collection, which was used to produce a report and a set of recommendations to Nyamba Buru Yawuru, the prescribed body corporate of the native title holders of the area.