Keith Loveridge brings a wealth of experience and commitment to his role as a sustainability assessor. He holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Environment), was awarded RMIT University”s 2002 Institute Award – the highest tertiary undergraduate prize for student achievement – and has worked in a number of roles in the environment field, including 6 years of lecturing and tutoring in environmental studies at RMIT University; developing a database of sustainable building and design organisations at the City of Port Phillip; Energy and Water officer at the City of Whitehorse; and more recently as Climate Change Officer for the City of Maribyrnong.
Read more about Keith this article – The Age, My Career 2/2/08
Fiona Stevenson holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) (Hons) and has over 7 years experience in the environment field in both consulting and local government. Her experience includes Environmental Engineer at Coomes Consulting; Environment Project Officer at the City of Hume and City of Melbourne and most recently as Sustainable Water Officer at Maribyrnong City Council. Fiona is passionate about water and energy conservation and enjoys helping people to make simple changes to live more sustainably.