Trent Hammond

Trent Hammond has worked with CAPS for almost two years. He is passionate about improving the lives of children and adolescents who have experienced either psychological or physical trauma due to abuse. Trent advocates the prevention of child abuse and fosters connected communities through volunteerism and charity work. He works as a Researcher with the NSW Ministry of Health, runs his own tutoring business called Academic Support Masters, and teaches social science and psychology at various universities, including The University of Sydney and Western Sydney University. Trent enjoys working with donors to ensure our charity has the necessary resources to perform its much-needed functions in the community, and has generated vital financial and in-kind support in his time at CAPS. Trent works closely with Dr. Reina Michaelson to evaluate and continuously improve our child abuse prevention programs, including the Safe Children, Safe Families program.