Northern Territory

Committee

Committee

  • Jeff Richardson MEIANZ

    Jeff Richardson MEIANZ

    Jeff Richardson MEIANZ President
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    Jeff has a BSc (Hons) from James Cook University. He has worked for the Commonwealth and Western Australian Governments and as a consultant in policy, land management and science roles. In 2008, Jeff was peer nominated for Conservation Scientist of the Year in WA for his leadership in linking science with conservation practice and engagement in the south-west of Western Australia. As the Principal Consultant at EcOz Environmental Consultants in Darwin, Jeff retains his interest in environmental outcomes through community involvement in policy development and application. He has been an EIANZ member since 2012 and is on the EIANZ Advisory Council.

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  • Bradly Torgan MEIANZ

    Bradly Torgan MEIANZ

    Bradly Torgan MEIANZ Vice President
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    Brad is Special Counsel at Ward Keller in Darwin, with a practice emphasising environmental impact assessment and environmental regulatory compliance in the pastoral and mining industries.  He served as General Counsel to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, including as counsel to the California Office of Historic Preservation. Brad's undergraduate degree is in Public Policy from Duke University. He has a Master of Regional Planning and a Juris Doctor from the University of North Carolina and a Master of Environmental Law from the University of Sydney. A member of EIANZ since 2018, Brad is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

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  • Jane Munday MEIANZ

    Jane Munday MEIANZ

    Jane Munday MEIANZ Secretary
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    Jane Munday is a community engagement and social impact assessment practitioner who has lived in the Northern Territory since 1994. She spent 10 years in senior government communication and marketing positions, established Michels Warren Munday in 2004 and sold the business (now True North Strategic Communication) in 2015. She works part-time with True North and is a PhD Candidate with the Northern Institute of Charles Darwin University. Jane is Deputy Chair of Territory Natural Resource Management, on the Attorney General’s Community Benefit Fund and a national social impact assessment community of practice group of the EIANZ.

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  • Tom Ewers-Reilly

    Tom Ewers-Reilly

    Tom Ewers-Reilly Treasurer
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    Tom has a degree in Natural Resource Management (BSc Hons) from the University of Western Australia.  He has worked as an Environmental Consultant in the Northern Territory since 2003 and is currently a Managing Consultant at EcOz Environmental Consultants in Alice Springs.  Tom’s main areas of expertise is ecology and environmental impact assessment for project located within central and northern Australia.  He has been an EIANZ member since 2007 and has been the NT Division Treasurer since 2010.

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  • Craig Smith MEIANZ

    Craig Smith MEIANZ

    Craig Smith MEIANZ Committee Member
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    Craig is an Environmental Manager with the NT Government responsible for environmental and cultural approvals and environmental management of NT Government infrastructure projects.  He has previously held positions with the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority and as an Environmental Consultant. Craig has been an EIANZ member since 2013 and held the NT committee positions of Secretary and Vice President.

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  • Bill Low MEIANZ

    Bill Low MEIANZ

    Bill Low MEIANZ Southern Region Representative
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    Bill Low has worked in environmental research and management since 1970 throughout the NT and adjacent states but specialising in Central Australia. In 1980, he founded Low Ecological Services, the longest running environmental survey business in the Northern Territory. His team of consultants has completed more than 700 major environmental monitoring projects for public and private companies, governments, NGOs and individuals. Bill has been involved with EIANZ since its inception, as well as several environmental, historical and heritage organisations in Alice Springs and the Territory, including The Rangeland Seminars, Land for Wildlife Central Australia and the National Trust. He competes in squash and Olympic-style pistol shooting.

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  • Tony Mott MEIANZ

    Tony Mott MEIANZ

    Tony Mott MEIANZ Committee Member
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    Tony has been on the NT Division committee since 2019. He works in a project delivery area of the Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet.  Tony spent 10 years in international trade including trading in the North American financial markets before transitioning to work in risk management at ANZ’s head office.  His move to Darwin arose from the opportunity to manage commercial banking in the Northern Territory for ANZ. In 2011 he joined the NT Government to promote investment opportunities and major projects. He completed a Master of Environmental Management at Charles Darwin University which has included field work in the Galapagos Islands, the Brazilian Amazon, and in the Otway Basin off the Victorian coast.

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  • Mia Sandgren MEIANZ

    Mia Sandgren MEIANZ Committee Member
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    Mia is an assessment officer at the Supervising Scientist Branch of the Australian Government’s Department of the Environment and Energy, which provides regulatory oversight of uranium mining in the Alligator Rivers region. Mia has been an EIANZ member since 2016 when she joined as a student while studying geography and environmental studies at the Australian National University.

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  • Sarah Smith MEIANZ

    Sarah Smith MEIANZ

    Sarah Smith MEIANZ Committee Member
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    Sarah is an ecologist with more than 10 years’ experience working in environmental consulting in the Northern Territory. Her experience includes environmental approvals, environmental and biodiversity management planning and implementation, mine closure, rehabilitation and monitoring. Sarah has a PhD in zoology and eight years’ post-doctoral research experience resulting in more than 25 scientific publications.

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  • Natalie Calder MEIANZ

    Natalie Calder MEIANZ

    Natalie Calder MEIANZ Committee Member
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    Natalie Calder is a Senior Project Manager at the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics. She graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Marine Biology and Zoology and a Master of Science degree. Originally from Victoria, Natalie began her career as a marine ecologist undertaking water quality monitoring, benthic infauna monitoring and intertidal surveys for wastewater outfalls in Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. She moved to the Northern Territory in 2014 and has worked for the environmental regulator: processing environmental assessments and administering environment protection licences and approvals and as an authorised officer auditing waste management facilities. She now does environmental risk assessments and environmental clearances for government road and infrastructure projects.

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