Steven Wojnarowski

Director, Analytics and Strategic Initiatives
Steven Wojnarowski

Prior to joining CAUDIT, Steven Wojnarowski was at Victoria University for more than 8 years. Commencing as a Senior Planning Officer specialising in advanced statistical analysis, database design and reporting for strategic planning, Steven was appointed as Manager Business Intelligence. In his previous position as Project Executive BI, he headed institutional research and analytics-based projects to expand VU’s understanding of its marketplace performance, student profile and cohort demand.

Steven has also served on key Vice-Chancellor IT and KM and the BI Steering Committees and on the selection panels for the new Student Management System, replacement HR system and the upgrading of the BI system.

After completing an honours degree in Economics/Statistics at the University of Tasmania, Steven moved to Canberra as a statistical cadet with the Australian Bureau of Statistics. He ended his federal public service five years later as a Statistical Legislative Research Specialist in Parliament House Canberra. On returning to Melbourne after two years overseas Steven joined the Roy Morgan Research Centre as Manager of the Australian Sales Research Bureau, then appointed Group Marketing Research Manager at The AGE before forming and joining OZINFO Pty Ltd as a marketing research consultant specialist in census and geodemographic analysis.

A member of the Institute of Analytics Professional of Australia since its inception, Steven is also a member of the International Institute for Analytics [USA], Association of Institutional Research [USA], Australian Association of Institutional Research, the American Statistical Association and the USA Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum [HEDW]. Also co-founded the Melbourne Tableau User Group.

Steven is based in Melbourne.

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