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Elyce Coluccio

Elyce began working at GreenCollar as a member of the field team where she remained for two years using her skills in flora identification, ecological survey techniques and data collection. Elyce became the Reporting and Verification Manager in 2016 coordinating development and maintenance of reporting protocols and later worked as Communications and Stakeholder Manager focusing on stakeholder engagement. As the Queensland Programme Manager Elyce oversees development of new initiatives in the sunshine state. She is still heavily involved in the stakeholder engagement process working with landholders under the new Reef Credit Scheme and carbon farming projects.

Elyce holds a Bachelor of Science (Biology and Environmental Studies) with Honours in Behavioural Ecology at the University of Sydney. She has recently undertaken further study to get ‘lawyered-up’ beginning a Juris Doctor at the University of New South Wales in 2017 with a focus on environmental law.

With a hectic schedule, Elyce is always eager to let loose between study and work when she can and is a great coordinator of social events and after work drinks. A sucker for all things cute and cuddly, Elyce is passionate about animal welfare and her home is full of rescue waifs and strays.

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