Ayesha is a project officer with the Kimberley Nature Project team and spent most of her life in Brisbane and Melbourne. She has a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and a Diploma of Information Systems from the University of Melbourne and a Diploma of Project Management from Central Institute of Technology. She worked in geographical information system (GIS) mapping, waterway strategic management and community education to reduce litter in waterways. After relocating to Derby, she found a rewarding and challenging role in health promotion and community development. In 2014 a move to Broome gave her the opportunity to tie together community development and natural resource management within the Kimberley Nature Project. She also enjoys working with the SKIPA community group.