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.