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Chief Executive – Heather Campbell

Heather joined Bush Heritage in January 2019 and announced her resignation in May 2023. She will be leaving Bush Heritage in July.

During her 4.5 years with the organisation, she oversaw the development and implementation of our 2030 strategy and the expansion of Bush Heritage’s impact with the acquisition of 7 new reserves, a deepening of our Aboriginal partnerships including three new partnerships and a significant expansion of our work with agriculture to now be working across over 5 million hectares of pastoral land.

Bush Heritage CEO Heather Campbell

Bush Heritage CEO, Heather Campbell.

In her previous role at CSIRO Heather led a large team responsible for the health, safety and wellbeing of the organisation’s staff. She was also Chief Executive Officer of Landcare Australia from 2009 to 2013.

Heather has served on numerous boards and advisory committees. Currently she is on the Board of Directors at the Midlands Conservation Fund, Arid Recovery and the Australian Land Conservation Alliance.

She was previously an Advisory Council Member for Greening Australia, and served on the Boards of Zoos Victoria, Sustainability Victoria, the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative and the Earthwatch Institute Australia.

Heather lives on a bush property in the hills above the Yarra Valley, outside of Melbourne, with her husband and two children. In her spare time she enjoys bushwalking, travelling, learning about different cultures and playing the bagpipes.

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