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Nerida Bradley

Nerida works across all areas of GreenCollar to ensure operations align with GreenCollar’s strategic vision and business needs.  She brings extensive legal, governance, project development and stakeholder engagement experience.  Prior to joining GreenCollar, Nerida led organisations in the not for profit sector and teams in various government agencies. She also has considerable business management, strategy and corporate experience. Nerida has worked across many parts of Australia and is guided by a drive to see large scale environmental improvement become accessible and beneficial for people, business, regional and indigenous communities and the economy more broadly.

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