Prior to joining KPMG, Tina managed human rights case work, designed legislation and social policy, ran public policy and advocacy campaigns, and designed and implemented strategy for business and government. Her research on child marriage has contributed to the understanding of the nature and prevalence of modern slavery in Australia.
Tina honed her dispute resolution and stakeholder engagement skills when she worked for the Commonwealth privacy regulator, managing the merits review and determinations team with a mandate to protect personal privacy, as well as to promote the right to government-held information. She has also worked as a lawyer in social policy law, and advocated for equitable access to essential services through both policy and litigation.
Master of Laws, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of Sydney
Bachelor of Economics (Social Sciences), University of Sydney
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, The Sydney College of Law
Admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of NSW, 2010
Member of Australian Lawyers for Human Rights