Jacqueline Carr

Health Project Manager

Jacqueline has been involved in arts, education, training and corporate compliance for over 20 years. Her work has taken her across the globe working with international organisations in the UK, Germany, India, Taiwan and across Australia. Passionate about improving health outcomes, diversity, inclusion and mental health awareness, Jacqueline has driven awareness and education programs in the public and private sector and spoken at conferences in Australia on occupational violence.


A professional in health, safety and ergonomics, and a background in visual communications, education and training, Jacqueline has provided compliance based advice and workplace programs to small, medium and ASX listed companies. Industries that Jacqueline has been involved with include higher education, telecommunications, manufacturing, construction, mining, utilities, property development, small business and not-for-profit.



Member of the Safety Institute of Australia (SIA)

Member of the Australasian Universities Safety Association (AUSA)

Member of the Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)


Not-for profit and organisations Jacqueline has been involved with and supports:


  • Befriend a child in detention (Volunteered)
  • Rotary (volunteered)
  • Variety Children’s Charity (Volunteered)
  • Bowel Cancer Australia (Volunteer/Supporter)
  • Girl Guides Association (UK & Australia)


Determined to support women and children in disadvantaged communities in accessing health, education and resources to lift them out of poverty, ill health and violence, Jacqueline started volunteering in September 2017 with PAAJAF (Providing Adults and Adolescents With Jobs for Advancement for the Future.

Jacqueline is originally from Scotland, living overseas since 2002 in Taiwan, India, Australia and now Germany. She enjoys boxing and MMA training, running, gym, movies, travelling, literature, music and the arts and volunteering.