Dr Amy Johnson is a military families sociologist, researcher and lecturer at Central Queensland University. Her research focus is military-connected communities including veterans, families and children. Her research seeks to understand and navigate the impacts of service on the Defence community. Amy has lived experience of military service as an officer in the Royal Australian Navy (Reserve) and the partner of an ADF veteran. She regularly provides advice about military family support to government advisory bodies and military command teams.
A passionate educator, Amy is the discipline lead for Public Relations and Journalism in the School of Education and the Arts as well as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her work has been published in a range of scholarly journals and she is a regular public commentator.
Central Queensland University [PhD; Bachelor of Professional Communication]
University of Canberra [Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education]
Central Queensland University
University of Canberra
Australian National University
I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:
At the level of Associate Supervisor
Communication and Media Studies - Communication and Media Studies not elsewhere classified
Communication and Media Studies - Communication Technology and Digital Media Studies
Cultural Studies - Consumption and Everyday Life