Mr Bradley Moggridge
I am a proud Murri from the Kamilaroi Nation (North-West NSW), and I grew up in Western Sydney and now live in Canberra. I am a STEMORIGINAL and have qualifications in - Masters of Science (Hydrogeology) from UTS and Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) from ACU. I am currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Canberra and part-time Indigenous Engagement Officer for Threatened Species Recovery Hub as a part of NESP. I was previously employed by NSW DPI Water as the Team Leader Aboriginal Water Initiative (AWI), and was honored to lead the only dedicated Aboriginal water unit in Australia for nearly 5 year. I have also been employed by CSIRO, NSW EPA and in consulting.
I have an ambition of leading in my area of expertise and also promoting Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge (culturally appropriately) and finding commonalities between Traditional Science and Western Science so this can influence policy and the way we manage the Australian landscape especially water.