Professional bio

Jack studied Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Sydney, completing his Bachelor of Arts in 2017 with First Class Honours. He has supported The Ethics Centre’s Advice & Education team in research capacities over the last two years, contributing to their work on cognitive bias in decision making, and ethics education in financial services. In 2018, he joined the Centre full-time as a Graduate Consultant. He brings insights from contemporary political philosophy, moral psychology and skills in qualitative research to consulting projects across a variety of sectors.

What inspires you about the work that you do?

I enjoy the practical and theoretical sides of our work. Our work inspires me to think about how the language of values affects the way people feel, engage with others and view their organisation. On the practical side, I relish the opportunity to learn about the problems organisations face across different sectors, and the research that runs alongside this.