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About Lucy Dahill, MPH

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Lucy submitted her Doctorate Thesis in May 2024 focusing on adolescent health. The study of parent-adolescent weight, shape and eating comments resulted in a greater understanding of the complexities around how we communicate and how we hear what is communicated to and around us. Her passion for Respectful and Healthy Relationships as the very basic foundations for parenting have resulted in numerous public health and Strategic Science initiatives


Lucy brings with her a wealth of experience from a variety of industries from media to healthcare. She has worked in television, digital media, radio, youth work, events, public health, education and advocacy.


Through the skills she developed in her early career in television, Lucy brings a keen eye for how to translate health research and oftentimes complicated concepts in an understandable way.


A philosopher at heart, Lucy continues to study how the way we live affects our mental and physical health and is constantly working on projects and programs to bring more awareness to how we can be the change we want to see in our own lives and on a much larger, community, national and global scale.


Many of the musings can be found on her podcast. Lucy is a member of the Rotary Club of Wahroonga, is a Paul Harris Fellow and has served on a number of community boards. She was named Ku-ring-gai citizen of the year in 2020. She now works at a High School in the Sydney area.

About Lucy Dahill

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Public Health Initiatives
Programs for Teenagers
Community Radio
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