Jessie Lu-Lee is the Project Manager for James Beeson’s Malaria Synergy Program and Freya Fowke’s Australian Centre of Research Excellence in Malaria Elimination MASTER-MAP at the Burnet Institute as well as the Doctors in Secondary Schools Clinical Training Program at the University of Melbourne.
She was previously the manager for the Australian Centre of Research Excellence in Malaria Elimination during the program’s initial five-year funding at the Doherty Institute.
Her career spans across a variety of Not-for-Profit organisations and the health industry including the Australian Breastfeeding Association, the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the UN Global Compact Network Australia.
- 2016: Bachelor of Psychological Science, Deakin University
- 2018: Graduate Diploma of Counselling (Child, Youth and Family Therapy), University of Southern Queensland
- 2020: Diploma of Event Management, Holmesglen
- 2023 - Current: Project Manager, Malaria Synergy Program, Burnet Institute
- November 2023 – Current: Project Manager, Australian Centre of Research Excellence in Malaria Elimination MASTER-MAP, Burnet Institute
- 2023 – Current: Project Coordinator, Doctors in Secondary School Clinical Training Program, University of Melbourne
- August 2022 – October 2023: Australian Centre of Research in Malaria Elimination, Doherty Institute
- January 2022 – August 2022: Events and Communications Coordinator, UN Global Compact Network Australia
- October 2020 – January 2022: Medical Education, Royal Melbourne Hospital
- September 2018 – January 2020: Health Education and Outreach Worker, Better Health Network (previously Star Health Group)
- 2015 – 2018: Education Officer, Australian Breastfeeding Association