Bradley Moggridge

Bradley Moggridge is a proud Murri from the Kamilaroi Nation living in Canberra, he has over 20 years’ experience in Aboriginal engagement, water and environmental science, having worked in applied research, government, policy development, legislative reviews and project management.

Bradley is an Associate Professor (Indigenous Water Science) and part-time PhD candidate at University of Canberra and the Indigenous Liaison Officer for the Threatened Species Recovery Hub under NESP. He holds a Master of Science (Hydrogeology & Groundwater Management) and a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) from ACU and a Fellow of the Peter Cullen Trust Science to Policy Leadership Program.

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