Emma Kill is a social worker with over 15 years work experience in the non -for -profit sector. Emma is an OLT citation recipient and a lecturer and social researcher at the University of the Sunshine Coast. She delivers part of the Tertiary Preparation Program (TPP), a preparation and pathway course helping students to gain entry to university. She coordinates part of the Supporting Teenagers with Education, Mothering, and Mentoring (STEMM) program re-engaging young mothers into education. Emma’s passion for social justice sees her creating equitable access pathways to tertiary education for those who would not have otherwise had the opportunity, equipping and supporting them through their academic journey.