Amanda Alderton

Amanda Alderton is a research assistant in the Healthy Liveable Cities Group at the RMIT Centre for Urban Research.

She is working with Dr Hannah Badland in contextualising city ‘liveability’ within a low to middle income country (LMIC) perspective.

Her research interests include liveability, child-friendly cities, participatory geographic information systems, and the associations between the built environment and child health inequities.

Ms Alderton is a current Master of Public Health student at the University of Melbourne and received a Bachelor of Arts and Honours in history from the University of California, Berkeley.  She has a background in secondary education and worked as a secondary social studies teacher in the United States.

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