Driven and highly dedicated, Eliah uses his creative and doctrinal backgrounds to seamlessly navigate complex situations to find solutions that deliver greater public value.
Drawn to Cube’s for-purpose mission, Eliah is passionate about creating meaningful, positive change for Australian communities. With experience in project management, qualitative research, and not-for-profit strategic development, he works in collaborative and innovative ways to find best-fit, sustainable, and future-focused solutions for his clients.
Eliah also has experience in volunteer management, communication strategies, publishing, style guide production, and graphic design.
When not at work, Eliah, an avid amateur baker, is always up for hosting dinners with hearty pastas and French desserts. When he isn’t in the kitchen or dining at one of Melbourne’s many cafes, he is out with Sam, his Border Collie or deep in a Dungeons and Dragons campaign, boardgame or book.
Experience | Highlights
Eliah's recent work includes:
Led the strategic and organisational development of a leading academic journal on studies of statelessness and citizenship.
Collaborated with a global peacebuilding organisation on evaluating peacebuilding processes in the Hela region of Papua New Guinea.
Contributed to a localised peacebuilding methodology for Fijian conflict with Transcend Oceania.
Collaborated with government and external partners on a national digital health policy.
Co-founded the Comparative ASEAN Animal Law Library, which seeks to catalogue animal law across the ASEAN region.
Education | Accreditation | Boards
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law
Juris Doctor, The University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice Administration) (Honours), RMIT
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Legal and Dispute), RMIT
Certificate IV in Frontline Management (Training and Development Australia Pty Ltd)
Prince2 Foundation and Practitioner