Lizzie Knight led the project to review Enrolment Practices in VET and is a member of the Program Advisory Group. Lizzie is a disabled, settler researcher working on the Traditional Lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. She works for Victoria University in their Centre for International Research on Education Systems. She enjoys going to the beach and looking after the family’s three dogs. Lizzie worked first as an assistive technology trainer at the Centre for People with Disabilities at the University of Westminster in London in 2001, and for the next five years worked in support for tertiary students with disabilities as Disability Liaison Officer. Then she worked in central student support in London at the teacher training specialist college the Institute of Education, University of London, until she retrained as a Professional Career Practitioner on her return to so-called Australia. A key area of interest is equity of access to and in tertiary education, the provision of institutional information and support for transition into post-school education. In 2017, after six years of part time study interrupted by lots of house moves and the arrival of her daughter, Lizzie completed a PhD at Monash University, investigating equity and access to higher education change in pre-enrolment information between the 1970s and 2010s in Australia and the UK. She acts as the research advisor for the Career Industry Council of Australia, sits on the executive of the Australasian Vocational Education Research Association (AVETRA), is Associate Editor of Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education and Reviews Editor of International Journal for Lifelong Learning.