Yee-Ling Low


About Yee-Ling

Yee-Ling is passionate about improving outcomes for the community and is excited to be working for an organization that is solely focused on delivering positive outcomes for Australia.  Prior to joining Cube Yee-Ling worked across the private, public, and not for profit sectors in Australia, Malaysia, the USA and Nepal.
Yee-Ling is analytical, logical and applies critical thinking to create practical solutions to challenges within our community.  Her broad experience has seen her develop strong stakeholder engagement skills that enable her to bring together the right tools, people and processes.  Yee-Ling’s natural curiosity means that she listens, questions and explores possibilities to find the right outcome for her clients.  Her flexibility and adaptability enables her to add value to a range of clients within the public value sector.
When the weather’s good, Yee-Ling can usually be found outdoors – running, mountain biking, or hiking. When its not, she will likely be listening to music whilst reading a classic novel.

Experience  |  Highlights

Yee-Ling's recent work includes:
  • Developed a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and data collection plan to support the Department of Justice and Community Safety’s implementation of the Victorian Government’s Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM) Framework.
  • Conducted analyses of participant feedback surveys for MARAM training that informed Cube’s whole-of-government process evaluation of MARAM implementation.
  • Contributed to the economic impact analysis and business case that aimed to revitalise one of Victoria’s social housing estates and address associated safety concerns.
  • Provided detailed analysis of staff and school perceptions of the Victorian School Building Authority’s performance and alignment to its Charter to inform the organisation’s continuous improvement agenda.

Education | Accreditation | Boards

  • Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Hons) / Bachelor of Sciences
  • Master of International Relations