Ella Serry is the Manager of International Engagement and Capacity Building at Australia’s eSafety Commissioner (eSafety). Ella joined eSafety in early 2019 as a Senior Education Advisor, delivering policy and project initiatives focused on school education, including the eSafety Toolkit for Schools.
Ella leads a team focused on advancing eSafety’s international strategic priorities with governments, multi-lateral organisations, international NGOs, academics and policy experts, as well as assisting other nations to develop online safety capabilities — shaping a community of practice and raising the bar for online safety globally.
Prior to joining eSafety, Ella developed and delivered a number of child safety and student wellbeing initiatives across government and the non-government sector. Ella holds a MSc in Policy and Human Services from RMIT University, and a BA from the University of Melbourne. Her Master thesis looked at policy responses to sexting, with a focus on curriculum.