Senior Research Fellow
Appleton Institute Central Queens University
Danielle Every is a critical social psychologist specializing in research on social vulnerability and disasters. She is the lead investigator on the collaborative project “Building the disaster resilience of the homeless community” with the Australian Red Cross and the Attorney General’s Department, and with the Blue Mountains Community Resource Network “When there’s nowhere to shelter: An evidence-based bushfire-preparedness workshop for people sleeping rough in the Blue Mountains”. Every has previously led the post-bushfire survey for the South Australian CFS, and worked with the State Emergency Service on vulnerability to disasters.