Dr Carly Osborn
Career Highlights: Awarded PhD in 2015 with Doctoral Research Medal, the University of Adelaide's highest PhD honour. SA Emerging Historian of the Year, 2014. Author of bestselling philosophy primer 'The Theory of Rene Girard'. Co-developer with Monkeystack of VR computer game, The Vault, which was awarded Best Console/PC Hardcore and Best Indie Game at Game Connection, Paris 2018.
Favourite food: Vietnamese, especially pho.
Favourite drink: Gin and lime and peppermint tea.
Place I want to visit next: Namibia
Three people I'd like to have dinner with: Jane Austen, Amal Clooney, Zach de la Rocha
Favourite way to unwind: Passive yoga, reading to my kid, making music, ceramic sculpture
Likes working at Makers Empire because: It's a team of like-minded creators who believe that Design Thinking has real power to effect change
Official Biography: Carly is an educational impact specialist, with a background in research and development of community engagement and education projects, and a focus on using new technologies for meaningful learning. Prior to joining Makers Empire, she was a postdoctoral research fellow and education outreach specialist for the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, Australia's largest ever humanities research centre. Carly began her career as a school teacher and is passionate about