Professor Jackson Pulver AM currently holds the position of Deputy Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Strategy and Services at the University of Sydney.
A visionary educator and strategically sound, Lisa places a deep understanding of Indigenous issues and inclusion more generally at the heart of all that she achieves. Lisa is a leading commentator on education, health, research and Indigenous affairs in both University environments and the Australian community in general, having led the successful development and adoption of the current strategy “One Sydney Many People” and having multiple guest appearances on The Drum, Q and A and via various podcasts. Lisa has overseen dramatic increases in overall Indigenous student numbers and is now concentrating on educational innovations and curriculum reviews that will benefit all students, including undergraduate and postgraduate cohorts from all 170 countries and backgrounds from which University of Sydney students originate.
Lisa is committed to an education which creates the next generation of leaders in the future workplaces of Australia and globally.
She serves her country in the Royal Australian Air Force Specialist Reserve and has moved through the ranks from her initial commission as Flight Lieutenant to her current rank of Group Captain.
Jackson Pulver is an academic leader, a recognised expert in public health, prominent researcher, a visionary and tireless advocate for Education, Health and innovative methods to ensure that both are inclusive for all. Lisa remains the Universities Australia nominee to Council and is a Director with the Australian Medical Council. Her artworks adorn the reports she writes.
Lisa is well known for her collaborative and inclusive approach to all that she does.
Deputy Vice Chancellor, Sydney University
Professor Public Health and Epidemiology, School of Public Health
Pro Vice Chancellor, Western Sydney University
Professor Public Health, University New South Wales
Epidemiologist, South East Health
Public Health Officer, NSW Dept Health
Koori Centre, Sydney Univeristy
Graphic artist, educator, consultant, Artscape Studios and others
Pupil then Registered General Nurse, Lidcome Hospital
Deakin , MA (Strategic Studies)
Sydney University, PhD
NSW Dept Health, Grad Dip App Epi
Sydney Univerisity, MPH
NSW Health Commission, Registered General Nurse List A
In the pursuit of equity: COVID-19, data and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia , Statistical Journal of the IAOS
Developer/Adaptor Method: A Community-Based Approach to Improve Health in Indigenous Communities, International Journal of Indigenous Health
Accuracy of reporting of Aboriginality on administrative health data collections using linked data in NSW, Australia, BMC Medical Research Methodology
The high prevalence and impact of rheumatic heart disease in pregnancy in First Nations populations in a high-income setting: a prospective cohort study, International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Eclampsia in Australia and New Zealand: A prospective population-based study, Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol
Family caregiving for older Aboriginal people in urban Australia: Disclosing worlds of meaning in the dementia experience, Dementia
Fellow - Centre Defence Strategic Studies
Member - Royal Society New South Wales
Member - Australina Military Medicine Association
Member - Australian Medical Association
Member - Australian Statistical Advisory Council
Member - Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
Member Order of Australia, Fellow Royal Society of NSW