I am a Project Management Institute (PMI, United States) certified Project Management Professional. This is an internationally recognised certification which tells the world that I know what I am doing with Project Management.
I also hold a Masters of Science in Wildlife Health and Population Management (Sydney) and a Bachelor of Information Systems (Monash). I have worked on a wide variety of citizen science and conservation projects both locally and internationally in a range of different roles. I was the Scientist, Citizen Science supporting the Saving Our Species program – a $100 million initiative to conserve threatened species delivered by the NSW government’s former Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). In this role, I designed and managed a number of citizen science projects that contributed to threatened species recovery actions. As a Citizen Science Officer for the National Parks Association of NSW (NPA), I designed and implemented the Who’s living on my Land? project and the Dragons of Sydney Harbour project.
In 2017, I won the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Chief Executive’s Award for Customer Service acknowledging my work with citizen science projects and stakeholder engagement.
My professional memberships include the Project Management Institute, Australian Citizen Science Association and IUCN Commission for Education and Communication 2017-2020.
For more information about my skills and experience, please visit my LinkedIn profile.