Assoc Professor Beulah Moses, is the General Manager of Higher Education Quality.
Assoc Professor Beulah Moses, has 30 years of university and private higher education leadership experience in Australia and overseas. During her academic career, has been involved in the setup of a new private higher education provider, and set up partnerships with universities. Her PhD is in the area of Artificial Intelligence from the University of South Australia and the Australian Defence Automation Department. She is a TEQSA expert in the area of IT, governance and quality assurance. She has significant skills in Private Higher Education and has held several senior academic leadership roles.
Assoc Prof Beulah has expertise in course development, course accreditation, renewal of registration, CRICOS renewal, risk management, policy management, and governance.
Elena (Lena) Shifrina is the General Manager, Higher Education Operations.
Lena is an experienced education leader, having worked in private Higher Education in Australia for the last 15 years. Her main areas of expertise lie in student recruitment (both domestic and international), admissions, compliance, student experience and service, and overall student journey from enquiry until graduation. Lena is passionate about providing outstanding service and support for international students, with a particular interest in student wellbeing.
At ECA, Lena is involved in all operational areas supporting and promoting student experience, and student engagement.
Professor Rouse has a career working in and contributing to knowledge in both Higher Education and Industry. His passion for Education, Global Health and empowering all people – together with expertise in leadership and management, information management and cultural diversity has led him to make significant contributions to many people in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region.Ian brings a wide range of leadership, management and people skills developed over 30 years of experience in senior management roles in large information, analysis and research organisations, tertiary institutions and government departments. Ian also offers a diverse range of knowledge and management experience in numerous NGO, community and sporting organisations in Australia and overseas.
Professor Rouse has significant knowledge and skills in Higher Education. He has held senior academic positions including acting Vice Chancellor of the Fiji National University, the Dean of the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Fiji National University, Executive Dean of the Division of Health, Engineering and Sciences at Victoria University, and Associate Dean of Research and Enterprise Development and Head of the School of Public Health at Curtin University. He currently holds the position of Associate Dean, Scholarship and Research in the Education Centre of Australia and adjunct Professorial roles with Monash and Federation Universities in Melbourne Australia. His current teaching roles are in Leadership and Management, Health Information Management, Field Epidemiology, Data for Decision Making, Research Methods and Project Management.
Dr Cavaleri has a background in languages, linguistics, academic literacy and TESOL and she has worked in both teaching and specialist learning support roles. Prior to joining ECA, Dr Cavaleri worked as a lecturer in teaching methodology and curriculum design at Western Sydney University and as the Manager of English Language Proficiency and Learning Support at Navitas. She has taught a range of students including undergraduate, postgraduate, domestic, international and online students and is passionate about helping students develop their academic skills and reach their educational goals.
Dr Cavaleri’s teaching experience ignited her interest in feedback and academic writing development, which led to her PhD research examining technology-mediated feedback. Her research investigated the effect of different modes of feedback given to first-year undergraduate students and the variables that affect students’ uptake of teachers’ feedback, such as level of English language proficiency. She completed her PhD at western Sydney University and was awarded the Australian Postgraduate Award. Dr Cavaleri has presented her research at national and international conferences and has been invited to facilitate faculty development sessions at a number of Australian universities. Michelle’s current research areas of interest include feedback literacy, academic writing development and supporting first-year students.
Dr Cavaleri holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics, a Masters in TESOL and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Languages and Linguistics from Western Sydney University.