I have a strong track record of policy and project leadership and management, with over 30 years of experience in international organisations, research and the Australian Government. My major areas of expertise are integrated water management, water governance, policy and economics and project management.
I am engaged in international projects and training on integrated water resource management and managed aquifer recharge, and global initiatives to promote sustainable groundwater management, solutions and capacity building. I have a leading role in the Groundwater Solutions Initiative for Policy and Practice (GRIPP – gripp.iwmi.org) and the International Association of Hydrogeologists’ working group on economics of managed aquifer recharge (https://recharge.iah.org/economics-of-mar). I work with a strong global network of collaborators.
My career achievements include the development of globally relevant partnerships, programs, analysis and innovation to support integrated water governance, programs. I coordinated the first global project on transboundary aquifer governance and have led a number of international and national research projects on integrated water management.