I am an experienced conservation director with 18 years of international experience in the research, design and implementation of innovative conservation solutions that address marine and terrestrial environmental challenges. Over the last decade I have developed expertise in conservation strategy development, conservation finance, and corporate biodiversity accountability.

Currently I am the Conservation Strategy Director at the Berks, Bucks, and Oxon Wildlife Trust in the UK. Through this role I lead BBOWT’s conservation efforts, delivering a range of innovative conservation programmes for wildlife in local British landscapes. This includes developing a new habitat banking investment model, designing new landscape-scale conservation projects, and working with planners, developers, companies and private landowners to achieve positive outcomes for wildlife.

I am also a Research Associate with the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science at the University of Oxford, collaborating on a number of research projects on topics such as biodiversity net gain and sustainable finance.

You can explore more about my research here on this website, and connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter to hear updates from my current position at the Wildlife Trust.

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