Kylie is interested in understanding new ways of applying the principles of integrated water resource management in developing countries to achieve sustainable outcomes for communities. She has worked with the Queensland government across the disciplines of water planning, management, allocation, policy, research, compliance and assessment, and is passionate about improving the livelihoods of communities through capacity building and enhancing the quality of the environment.
Since joining the IWC in 2015, Kylie has been coordinating an innovative, exciting and interactive training program for the WASH FUTURES 2016 conference and assisting with the overall management and coordination of the conference.
Kylie has a Bachelor of Natural Resource Economics (Ecological and Environmental Economics) and Bachelor of Arts (Peace and Conflict/Geographical Sciences) from the University of Queensland. She is currently completing IWC’s Master of Integrated Water Management (International Development) through the University of Queensland.