T.31 Conor Corbett
Theraesa is an experienced biologist with a background in both forest and aquatic ecology. She completed her graduate degree in Geography at McGill University, exploring patterns of faunal biodiversity in agroforestry systems of southern India. Before joining the Diamond Head team, Theraesa worked as an aquatic biologist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, performing accuracy assessments of shoreline geomorphology data for use oil spill response planning. Specialising in landscape ecology and GIS, Theraesa is broadly interested in the application of ecological principles in environmental management, landscape development and land-use planning. She is also an avid outdoor enthusiast with a passion for wildlife photography.
Conor Corbett is a Forester in Training with years of experience in the forestry sector across Canada. Conor began working in the field surveying and constructing industrial roads in Northern Alberta after completing an undergraduate degree at the University of Alberta. Following this, he began a five year career with Alberta Forest Service as an Initial Attack Wildland Firefighter and Crew Leader, where he was also a Tree Faller and Chainsaw Instructor.
Conor returned to university in 2015 where he completed a Masters of Forestry degree at the University of British Columbia. He is a member of the Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals as a Forester in Training, and an ISA Certified Arborist. Conor's expertise and history in wildfire management and forestry are invaluable to his consulting projects at Diamond Head.
Conor enjoys skiing and biking in his free time and is an avid fisher.