Co-Founder, Centre for Responsible Citizenship & Sustainability / Murdoch University
Most Notable Role
Dr Megan Paull is a co-founder, leader and researcher at the Centre for Responsible Citizenship which was established in October 2014. She was a director of Postgraduate Research & senior lecturer of management at Murdoch University's School of Business and Governance. Dr Paull had a long affiliation with Volunteering WA, having first been involved when undertaking research on managing change in volunteer involving organisations in the 1990s. She has been a leader and driver of the Volunteering WA Research Committee since its inception in 2001, and led a federal government funded project examining university student volunteering - Volunteering to Learn. Dr Paull completed her research Masters and her PhD, researching the difficult aspects of managing volunteers. She also has an interest in bullying and organisational behaviour, and learning & teaching in higher education.