We are delighted to welcome Dr Tiffany Nay, our new Communications and Engagement Coordinator, to the Goyder Institute for Water Research!
Tiffany will be joining us full time in Goolwa, SA as part of our Coorong, Lower Lakes, and Murray Mouth Research Centre team. She is excited to combine her knowledge of the region, her skills in science communication and passion for all things aquatic, to create engaging experiences for the community in the region and beyond.
Tiffany joins us from the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board where she was a Wetland Project Officer in the Lower Murray region for the past 2.5 years. Prior to moving to South Australia, she completed her PhD in fish physiology at James Cook University in Townsville, QLD. Through both roles, she gained great experience in science communication and aquatic ecosystems and is excited to engage with the community through the CLLMM Research Centre.
We’re looking forward to working with Tiffany and excited for the skills and experience she will bring to our team!