Associate Professor Bradley Moggridge is a proud Murri from the Kamilaroi Nation and is a researcher in Indigenous Water Science (qualifications in hydrogeology and environmental science) and part-time PhD candidate at University of Canberra. Until June 2021 he was the Indigenous Liaison Officer for the Threatened Species Recovery Hub under NESP.
Bradley is a member of the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, a Governor of WWF Australia and vice president of the Australian Freshwater Science Society. Bradley has won several awards, has presented widely and is on many committees – from local to international adding to his 25 years in water and environmental science, cultural science, regulation, water planning and management, including policy development, legislative reviews, applied research and project management.
Bradley hopes to encourage future generations to pursue interests in STEM (water science), promote his ancestors' knowledge of water and mentor emerging Indigenous scientists.