Rigmor has worked with a range of vulnerable populations with special needs, including people with HIV, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, First Nations people, lesbians, gay men and transgender people, people in custodial settings, people who use drugs, sex workers, people with disabilities, seniors, vulnerable youth, tenants, sole parents, people experiencing homelessness and people experiencing unemployment.
Rigmor was Senior Researcher at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) for three years and has taught Psychology and Women’s Studies at Melbourne University, Bio-ethics at University of NSW and Marketing Research at the University of Technology Sydney, each over several years. She has mainly worked as an independent research consultant to all levels of government, community-based organisations, international organisations and the private sector. She has held period contracts with the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, the National Relay Service and Centrelink Social Marketing Research Panel.
While most of her work has been undertaken as the sole or principal consultant, Rigmor has also collaborated with or been sub-contracted by other research, social marketing and strategic planning organisations, including T Issues, Quay Connection, Urbis Keys Young, University of New England, Australian Centre for Health Promotion at Sydney University, Cultural Partners Australia, WestWood Spice, Urban Realists, Juliet London and C,W,F,S.