Tiffany has 10 years unique professional experience which overarches waste, energy, water, transport and climate resilience. She is also an accomplished expert in stakeholder engagement and has spoken widely at waste management conferences in Australia including delivering the keynote presentation to the KAB NSW Litter Congress discussing the importance of developing a circular economy to prevent marine litter. She is trained and highly experienced in the International Association for Public Participation’s methodology for community engagement and contributes to the Waste Management Association of Australia’s (WMAA) Waste Educator’s Working Group.
Tiffany’s previous technical work spans waste strategy, circular economy, education, communications, strategic planning and climate change mitigation and adaptation, in both the public and private sectors. As a highly accomplished project manager, she has coordinated a wide range of large-scale state, local and federal government projects. Importantly, Tiffany has three years’ experience in local government, in which time she has worked with community stakeholders to develop location specific small- and large-scale decarbonisation projects and programs in waste, energy, transport and water, including behind the meter micro-grids, solar farms and electric vehicle charge point planning and embedding of climate risk parameters into council level planning and delivery tools. Tiffany has also previously worked on projects including the evaluation of water infrastructure under ascension funding for the European Commission.
Tiffany’s current role includes strategic planning for council level waste infrastructure and collections, other strategic planning and policy development, circular economy planning and other local authority program support for waste, recycling, litter and circular economy.