Angelina completed her Bachelor of Science majoring in Earth Science and Zoology and Ecology, with Distinction, in 2021, and she is currently studying a Master of Science majoring in Tropical Biology and Conservation. Through her academic experience, Angelina has gained skills in GIS spatial analysis, data collection, statistical analysis using R programming and report writing. She has developed excellent project management, organisational and problem-solving skills from assisting with and undertaking a variety of research projects with topics such as:
Angelina also has experience in field work gained as part of her tertiary studies, science student internship, and volunteering work; this includes:
She has volunteered to assist a variety of research projects, including research on seagrass herbivory on Green Island, monitoring populations of Northern Bettongs at Davies Creek, and plant physiology in the Daintree.