In her role as RRAP Project Coordinator at the Australian Institute of Marine Science, Keara works closely with RRAP Project Managers to ensure all projects are entered, monitored, and reported through the project management system for the program. She also facilitates communication between program partners to manage cross-project dependencies and ongoing collaboration. Keara has over fifteen years’ project management experience in the energy resources sector, within Australian State regulatory environments and the renewables and construction industries in the United Kingdom. Keara has managed a vast array of projects from photovoltaics on the roof of the largest leisure centre in Britain, voltage optimisation units for University College London and construction of the Saudi King’s London-based staff homes. She is a PRINCE2 Practitioner in project management and holds a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) and Bachelor of Arts (Environmental Planning & Management) from the University of the Sunshine Coast and a Post Graduate Certificate of Teaching (Secondary Science) from Goldsmiths University of London.