Consultant (Manager), Energetics
French, living in Australia
While part of the first Homeward Bound cohort, Ghislaine was completing her PhD investigating the gut community of termites with a link to biofuel production in Western Australia. Since, she has become a climate-related risks and opportunities expert at Energetics, assisting some of Australia’s largest companies and government agencies to adapt to climate change. Working with other program alumnae, she co-authored a paper entitled: “Expanding collaborative autoethnography into the world of natural science for transdisciplinary teams”. She thrives on connecting the dots towards tackling climate change – together with courage.