Liz Gould is passionate about biodiversity conservation. Liz enjoys collaborating to develop and translate policy and science, engaging and informing the community and achieving real outcomes for wildlife and nature. Liz has worked in natural resource management for nearly 30 years (15 with current organisation Healthy Land and Water), managing multi-disciplinary teams to deliver large and small-scale collaborative projects, primarily focused on biodiversity conservation.
Liz has been involved with the Border Ranges Alliance (a collaboration to develop and implement the Border Ranges Recovery Plan for rainforests and associated ecosystems and species across the Queensland-New South Wales border) since its inception and is a member of the Gondwana Rainforests World Heritage Area Technical and Scientific Advisory Committee.
Liz is actively involved in recovery teams for Eastern Bristlebird, Macadamia, Red Goshawk and Glossy Black-cockatoo and has successfully delivered multiple landscape-scale projects addressing connectivity and wildlife conservation. Liz is an Adjunct at the University of Queensland.