Kathy Bradshaw is a marine and freshwater ecologist and a chartered water and environmental manager. She has over 24 years experience, 17 of which as an environmental regulator with the National Rivers Authority, Forth River Purification Board and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
Over the last 8 years Kathy has held various director and regional manager positions with some of the country’s largest and most well respected environmental consultancies.
She has technical, project and framework direction experience in multimillion pound infrastructure and flood alleviation schemes, as well as strategic EIA, SEA and HRA, planning, environmental and ecological management, including the design and specification of survey and monitoring programmes and habitat and river restoration projects.
Kathy has also provided leadership and direction as a member of recognised management and Trustee Boards and is well respected in the industry. She also has significant expert witness and due diligence experience and is a guest lecturer in EIA for the University of Strathclyde.