Bachelor of Science
Certificate of Public Participation
Level 2 BPAD Accreditation
Manager - Bushfire Analysis & Research
Amalie joined Terramatrix in June 2008. Amalie manages the Bushfire Analysis & Research group at Terramatrix. The focus of their work is analysis of potential bushfire behaviour and impact to support strategic planning by State and local government, the development of riskbased fire management plans, and other projects requiring extensive research or analysis.
Amalie has Level 2 BPAD (Bushfire Planning & Design) accreditation from the Fire Protection Association Australia, and is experienced in conducting bushfire assessments under the Building Code of Australia and the Victoria Planning Provisions.
Amalie was central to the development and implementation of the post-fire research into community behaviour and house loss following the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009, and contributed a number of case studies for the 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission on behalf of the Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre.
In her work at Terramatrix, she has led the development of numerous fire management plans and emergency management plans for a range of public and private sector clients. In this role she has been responsible for the development and facilitation of risk assessment workshops and extensive stakeholder engagement. Amalie has completed the Certificate in Public Participation with the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) and is experienced in applying the principals and protocols of the IAP2 framework.