Liz joined the National Malleefowl Recovery Team in 2017. Based in Western Australia, she works on capacity-building and delivery of the Adaptive Management
Predator Control Experiment in partnership with NESP and The University of Melbourne. Liz has a PhD from the University of Western Australia in environmental
policy. Her thesis examined Why is Dryland and Water Salinisation Still a Major Environmental Problem in Western Australia? She has spent 12
years working in natural recourse management in the Avon River Basin of Western Australia, where she was responsible for managing dryland salinity
management, Aboriginal engagement, marketing and communications and strategic planning.