Ellice Zoumboulis is an international development professional with a specialisation in gender. She holds a double degree in Social Science and Development Studies from the University of Adelaide in South Australia and a Masters of Development and Gender from the University of Melbourne, Victoria. She has previously worked within the public health sector in health information, as well as working in program management in the not-for-profit sector in Victoria. Ellice currently works at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) as a Program Officer and contributes to the program development and implementation of the World Scabies Programs in Fiji and the Solomon Islands. Ellice is also a member of The Melbourne Children's Women in Global Health Steering Committee and is a member of the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Self-Assessment Team at MCRI. She also provides secretarial support for the International Alliance for the Control of Scabies.