I am an early career researcher interested in developing adaptive management strategies for species and ecosystems under climate change. My research to date has combined a variety of disciplines, including genetics, morphology, field ecology and environmental monitoring to develop improved conservation strategies in a changing climate, with a particular focus on translocation. I also have experience in policy development and stakeholder engagement at both state and Federal levels, and am particularly interested in bridging the gap between science and policy for improved decision-making towards future-proofing species and ecosystems. I am fascinated by Antarctica as it is unique environmentally and geopolitically, and is increasingly vulnerable as our climate changes. I look forward to working with SAEF towards the preservation of this magnificent, untouched wilderness.