Dr Grace McKeon is an Exercise Physiologist and Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Her work focuses on the role of physical activity to improve the health of populations exposed to trauma including emergency service workers, refugees and asylum seekers and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. She has led the design, implementation and evaluation of four trials of digital lifestyle interventions, using a range of methodologies including co-design participatory research methods, qualitative and quantitative research. Grace has contributed to 27 publications (25 peer-reviewed papers, 2 book chapters, 17 first/senior author) and is a named applicant on >$2,000,000 worth of competitive funding. She sits on numerous executive committees including the premiere trauma and stress organisation (ASTSS) in the Australasia region.