I have been involved in climate policy and advocacy for 27 years, when I worked for Greenhouse Action Australia.
I have a B.Sc (Hons) degree from the University of Melbourne, graduating with first class honours, for which I was admitted to the Science Dean’s Honour List.
My honours thesis was in the history of evolutionary biology and I then became Curator of Science and Society for Museum Victoria, based at the Scienceworks science and technology museum.
I have provided public affairs strategy and communications services for clean energy company clients in Australia and internationally and have experience as a political advisor in the Federal, Victorian and NSW Parliaments.
I have experience across sustainability issues and was communications team leader for Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
I was a board director and chair of the public affairs committee at Hepburn Wind, Australia’s first community-owned renewable energy company, a $13 million enterprise near Daylesford in Victoria.
Mainstream and specialist publications have published my analysis, including Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian Australia, the Age, the Canberra Times, RenewEconomy, EcoGeneration, Meanjin (see below).
See my LinkedIn profile for more details.