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Stephanie Godrich

Senior Lecturer in Public Health (Nutrition), Edith Cowan University

Dr Stephanie Godrich is a Registered Public Health Nutritionist with both the Nutrition Society of Australia and the World Public Health Nutrition Association. Over 16 years, she has developed, delivered and evaluated numerous community-based food literacy programs, with multiple population groups. Her on-the-ground practitioner experience in rural and remote Western Australia led to the development of an award-winning partnership model, to enhance the effectiveness of nutrition programs delivered in Western Australia. Stephanie has worked in the university sector in lecturing and/or research project positions at several West Australian universities. She has also worked independently as a public health consultant to government and non-government organisations. Stephanie’s PhD focused on food security, fruit and vegetable consumption among children living in rural and remote communities. Dr Godrich is currently working with cross-sector stakeholders in fields such as food production, health promotion, nutrition and dietetics, town planning, community development, social work and education to take a systemic innovation approach to supporting food security action. Her other current research areas include local food systems, food supply chains, regenerative agriculture and a human rights-based approach to food security.


  • 2017–present
    Senior lecturer, Edith Cowan University


  • 2017 
    Edith Cowan University, PhD
  • 2006 
    Edith Cowan University, Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition)