Elizabeth is an Environment Management consultant with 27 years international experience on major on/offshore infrastructure projects in environment management, environmental risk, water resources management and climate resilience. She has worked in environment management in various sectors including water/wastewater, renewable energy, oil and gas, tunneling and property, and has managed teams on unique projects such as London 2012 Olympics.
She has an MSc in hydrogeology and a BSc (Hons) in geology and marine sciences and is a Canadian Commonwealth Scholar. Elizabeth started her career as a graduate hydrogeologist and developed her career to become technical director for environment and planning. In 2010 she created a limited company in the UK, which enables governments and private sector organizations in the UK and the Caribbean to shape project opportunities to embrace environment management, climate change resilience and the development of the Blue Economy. She is actively engaged in community environmental stewardship and has worked as a post disaster emergency response environment advisor in Barbuda (2017-18), Haiti (2010) and Montserrat (1997).
She was elected at the 2019 AGM.