Born in New Zealand, Dr Susan Goff is a social ecologist working in water management policy in Australia. She has designed and delivered over 60 participatory research, evaluation and learning strategies in her past position as director of independent action research consultancy Cultureshift Pty Ltd, and her current position as Senior Policy Researcher for the Murray-Darling Basin Authority. She is also a sessional academic at the University of Technology Sydney in transformational leadership and change. Susan is particularly interested in working with both cultural and disciplinary diversity at the ontological and epistemological dimensions of social inquiry and has produced several works engaging cross-culturally with Australian Traditional Owners. Susan was President of the Action Learning Action Research Association (ALARA) between 2006 and 2010, contributed at the Association’s Managing Editor for the ALAR Journal for several years and continues to support ALARA as a reviewer. Susan is currently working in ecosystem service valuation and Aboriginal social and economic interests for the Authority.
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