Jacqui is an Environmental Engineer whose interest lies in hydrology, hydraulics, and geomorphology. She has local, national and international experience in multiple aspects of water resources management ranging from river management strategies, coastal hazard assessments, geomorphic assessments and stream restoration design, flood modelling in rural and urban areas and water sensitive urban design to environmental management at construction and mine sites. Jacqui combines her skills and experience in environmental engineering and integrated water management, to develop trans-disciplinary knowledge on water-related challenges, and is able to identify and lead best practice responses.

Since joining Alluvium, Jacqui has been involved in the management of several large, complex projects including managing large, catchment scale waterway assessments and major coastal hazard assessments. These include major flood recovery assessments across Queensland, development of large-scale catchment condition assessment and management plans and coastal hazard adaptation strategies for Local Governments. Many of these projects involved extensive stakeholder engagement. She has honed her design and modelling expertise by project managing and being part of teams working on a diverse range of waterway management projects. Jacqui has advanced analytical skills allied with significant experience working with technical specialists, agencies and the community.