Kylie completed a Bachelor of Science (Ecology and Zoology) at Massey University New Zealand in 2003 and Master of Environment in Conservation, Restoration and Landscape Management at the University of Melbourne in 2011.
Kylie joined Abzeco in 2023 and brings more than seven years experience working as a botanical consultant, providing advice on biodiversity policy and legislation. Kylie has undertaken ecological assessments in a broad range of habitats throughout Victoria including flora surveys, habitat hectare assessments, targeted threatened species surveys, pest plant assessments, vegetation monitoring/auditing and offset site assessments. Kylie is an experienced project manager and has successfully delivered small to large scale projects to a range of private and public sector clients. Prior to consulting, Kylie worked as a Technical Officer in the School of Botany at the University of Melbourne.
- Biodiversity assessment in Mernda
- Pest plant and animal management plan in Wallan
- Federal offset management plan site assessment Aireys Inlet