Bradley Moggridge is a proud Kamilaroi man (North-West NSW) living in Canberra on Ngunnawal land. He is an environmental hydrogeologist and currently an Associate Professor in Indigenous Water Science at the University of Canberra. He was the Indigenous Liaison Officer for the Threatened Species Recovery Hub as a part of National Environmental Science Program (NESP) until 2021. He is also part-time PhD Candidate at the University of Canberra’s Centre for Applied Water Science undertaking a research-based study to demonstrate credible evidence of the value of water for his Kamilaroi People and how modern-day water planning can accommodate these.
Bradley has presented widely and continues to build on his published work while being on many local and international committees providing his 25 years experience in water and environmental science, cultural science, regulation, Indigenous engagement, water policy and hydrogeology. In 2019 he was awarded the CSIRO Indigenous STEM Professional Career Achievement Award, the ACT Tall Poppy Award for Science, the ACT NAIDOC Scholar of the year and received the inaugural Academy of Science Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Travel Award. He is also a Fellow of the Peter Cullen Trust and International Water Centre leadership courses.