Clover joined RMIT in 2018 to coordinate The High Life Study investigating apartment design policy, design outcomes, and residents’ health and wellbeing outcomes across Australian cities (Perth, Melbourne and Sydney).
Most recently she was as a Research Fellow with the Health Promotion Evaluation Unit within the School of Human Sciences at The University of Western Australia. Before commencing at UWA in 2012, Clover worked as a senior manager with the Heart Foundation in Western Australia, overseeing the Foundation’s social marketing campaigns and health promotion programs to address physical inactivity and unhealthy weight.
A keen interest in physical activity promotion at a population level, and the role of research and evaluation to inform policy and practice, led her to a PhD investigating home environmental influences on children’s physical activity. During her 6 years at UWA, Clover held several research and teaching roles in her interest areas of physical activity, health promotion and built environmental influences on health.
Clover is also the recipient of a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to sport. She is based in the School of Global Urban and Social Studies.