Eleanor Vogel has completed a Master of Environmental Policy and Management at Adelaide University and has a bachelor’s degree in Applied Science, which included subjects focussing on animal and plant science, ecology and sustainability. At the completion of this degree, she received the Tasmania Institute of Agriculture prize for the most outstanding graduate.
Eleanor was appointed to the youth committee of Australian Women in Agriculture in 2019 reflecting her passion for the environment, making use of it sustainable, as well as the promotion of women in land management. Her Masters degree comprises community engagement, research, GIS, planning, and governance and policy courses with a focus not only on South Australian NRM policy but nationwide and international policies as well. She has completed her dissertation for the Masters, the subject of which is environmental water flow allocations in Australian rivers.
Before commencing with Alluvium, Eleanor worked in the rural agribusiness sector assisting farmers and farming corporations to receive financial support.