Christy Davies is currently leading NAILSMA's contribution to Project A1 - Northern Australian hotspots for recoveriy of recovery of threatened euryhaline species, in particular the Indigenous Engagement components.
As Senior Project Officer Christy lead two of three case studies comprising the NERP Northern Australia Hub Project 5.1 - ‘Partnerships and tools to support biodiversity monitoring by Indigenous land and sea managers’.
Christy joined NAILSMA in October 2011 as an I-Tracker Project Officer, providing on-ground and workshop training and technical support to Indigenous rangers and ranger coordinators with a particular focus on terrestrial management issues.
Christy has completed a Bachelor of Applied Science at the University of Canberra, majoring in Natural Resource Management. She has worked with the Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator, the Australian Greenhouse Office and the CRC for Freshwater Ecology at the University of Canberra. As a monitoring officer at the CRC, her work focused on programs monitoring the aquatic health of freshwater systems throughout the ACT and the NSW alpine region. More recently she was a monitoring support officer for the Supervising Scientist Division, based in Kakadu National Park.
B. App. Sc. (hons)
Membership of key national committees