Domini has been lucky enough to know from a young age she wanted to work in Ecology and Conservation. She completed her Zoology degree at the University of Edinburgh and then went on to recently finish a Masters in Conservation Science at the University of Queensland. Her thesis was investigating different stakeholders’ perspectives on dingo policies and what this means for wider reaching management.
Together with her studies she has worked in a variety of ecology labs in the UK and rainforest animal rehabilitation centres in Borneo and Costa Rica. Her passion for Australian wildlife grew when helping a PhD student with camera trap data investigating the effects of the 2019 fires on fauna in Lamington National Park, Queensland.
Whilst interning at CEC, Domini hopes to gain a better understanding of National Park managerial work specifically fire management and the application of conservation and ecological research into the field.