Alex has 12 years’ experience with NSW DPI increasing farmers’ capacity and productivity, and further project management and evaluation experience with organisations such as GRDC, UNDP and the IFRC.
Currently Alex manages data collection, stakeholder engagement and extension for the GRDC National Grains Project at the Orange Agricultural Institute.
Her research focuses on understanding the sustainability of agronomic grain systems across the 14 agro-ecological zones (AEZ) in the Australian grain belt.
The analysis of these systems using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) will help deliver AEZ specific climate mitigation/adaptation strategies to farmers, consultants and policy influencers that aim to increase productivity and profitability whilst minimising carbon emissions.
Murray A, P Majwa, T Roberton, G Burnham 2015. Report of the real time evaluation of ebola control programs in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, IFRC. http://reliefweb.int/report/sierra-leone/real-time-evaluation-ifrc-response-ebola-virus-disease-outbreak
Murray A, L Hasselman 2013. Creating effective use of evaluation through an operationally embedded adaptive management framework. Australasian Evaluation Society International Conference, 2-6 September 2013 Brisbane.
Murray A, L Hasselman 2013. A solution to rigid government NRM planning requirements through adaptive management. Extension Farming Systems Journal, 9, 1 pp 290-96.
Murray A 2013. Lachlan CMA Soils Program Performance. Australian Soil Science Society (Riverina Branch), CSU Albury.
Murray A 2012. Monitoring and adapting the 2013-2022 Lachlan Catchment Action Plan. LCMA.
Murray A 2008. The farmers’ guide to managing climate risk (poster presentation). Bridging the gap: Responding to environmental change, Portoroz, Slovenia.
Australian Red Cross -delegate (Food security, capacity development and evaluation)
Location: Orange Agricultural Institute