While completing a double degree in psychology and criminology at The University of Melbourne, Imogen built skills and experience supporting vulnerable children in educational and criminal justice environments. This included supporting children visiting male offenders at Port Philip Prison, and supporting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In 2017 Imogen joined VACRO to deliver the digital personal video visits program for families of women incarcerated at Tarrengower prison. She simultaneously works as a post-release transitional Case Manager in the VACRO ReConnect Program. Outside of her work for VACRO, Imogen works in mental health advocacy and research, including working as a Research Assistant for the Target-D study on depression at the Faculty of General Practice, for the University of Melbourne. Imogen also currently works as a mentor in eating disorders recovery.