Following her undergraduate degree, Rhiannon completed a Research Masters in Biodiversity, Evolution and Conservation at University College London in 2014. Prior to joining NRA, Rhiannon worked as an ecological consultant for three years in the UK. In January 2017, she was selected for a two-month secondment in Sydney, and has since relocated to Australia. She has experience in undertaking and leading a range of threatened species surveys and is competent in the preparation of technical ecological reports. She has worked on a variety of projects, including mining, renewable energy, national infrastructure and housing developments. Rhiannon has been involved with numerous revegetation and monitoring projects in a voluntary capacity through which she has gained valuable knowledge and skills.