Lindsey Elliott

Senior Consultant, Biodiversify

About Lindsey Elliott

I am working as a Senior Consultant at Biodiversify, and am also a PhD candidate at the Open University Business School where I have conducted action research to find practical ways to enable collaboration in the field of conservation.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Private-sector company or business

Areas of expertise

Research Communication and marketing Partnerships and collaboration development

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?


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Recent Comments

Mar 25, 2021

Hi Stella, just a note to say that I love this (first!) blog, and I think your advice is incredibly helpful. Thank you so much for sharing about your experience :)

Mar 15, 2021
Replying to Lizzie Bannister

Hello (and to Adam here too LOL) I am white, female, hard of hearing, has mild cerebral palsy and suffer from anxiety, and am a horse rider and keeper but love the countryside, studied conservation to the MSc level and understand the importance of nature and biodiversity and sustainability. I'm pretty diverse myself! I did get told not to join a walking trip in the Peaks District at my college I was studying conservation at so that was a massive no-no but is 10 years ago. Lets not let anyone have this horrible experience again! People eve didn't get that I can ride horses at one point there! Lizzie

Thanks for your comment Lizzie and I'm very sorry to hear about this negative experience. We have a long way to go to make conservation an inclusive field and hopefully this is something we can work towards together. All the best!

Apr 24, 2020

What a lovely idea Sofiya! Thank you for sharing, and I hope others do the same. 

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Mar 25, 2020

Hi Micha, just a note to say that I did the SUTROFOR programme too :) (Dresden, Germany followed by Bangor, Wales). Small world!! Hope to connect soon - Lindsey