B.Sc, Cert IV in Contract Management, Centenary Medal for Services to the Environment
Diane has qualifications in science and postgraduate zoology, is an accredited biobank assessor and has a certificate in contract management. She has experience in biodiversity conservation planning, ecology and natural area management for more than 25 years in the local and state government sectors.
Prior to joining Molino Stewart, Diane was Natural Resources Manager for Hornsby Council and prepared and implemented plans of management, environmental impact assessments, environmental strategies and community based environmental programs including Bushcare.
Diane has established biobanking sites for major infrastructure and a government program. She has been responsible for natural area management including bushland and wetland restoration, estuary management, heritage restoration, walking and mountain bike track programs and bushfire management. Her responsibilities included a catchment remediation program that constructed $1.1m worth of wetland biofilters annually, maintained 450 CRR devices and monitored water quality. Diane is particularly skilled in building partnerships, community consultation and identifying and obtaining agreed outcomes.
Diane’s broad level of experience and expertise allows us to continue to provide quality services to our clients in:
• Establishment of biobanking sites and offsets
• Bushland and wetland planning, management and restoration
• Environmental impact assessments
• Threatened species and other biodiversity assessment, planning and management
• Strategic natural area and bushfire management
• Wildlife management and ecological investigations
• Management of heritage planning and restoration
A key feature of Molino Stewart’s approach is the close personal involvement of senior professionals in every commission, ensuring that your goals are realised effectively and efficiently.