Shonelle Gleeson-Willey (B.AppSc(EMT), M.Em, CPESC) – Principal Environmental Consultant

Shonelle Gleeson-Willey is the Director and Principal of Moss Environmental Pty Ltd. Shonelle has over twelve years' experience working  in the environmental sector, as an Environmental Manager on medium to large construction projects across Australia. Shonelle is a Certified Professional of Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), a qualification administered by Envirocert International Inc; an Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professional (ISAP) by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia and a Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP) by the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand. Shonelle holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Management and Tourism) from the University of Western Sydney; and a Masters' of Environmental Management from the University of New England. 


Shonelle has worked for several small to medium sized consultancies, specializing in contaminated land management, construction environmental management and sustainability.


After four years in the CLM industry Shonelle changed to work in construction, working for both John Holland and CPB Contractors. During her career Shonelle has worked on many construction projects in civil, oil and gas, rail, marine and energy. A highlight being the fly-in-fly-out Chevron Wheatstone O&G Project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.



Dr Elizabeth Baiocchi –  (BSc, honours, MEnvScMgt, PhD) - Environmental Consultant

Liz brings to Moss Environmental a wealth of experience in environmental education, wildlife and protected areas management.


Liz holds a Bachelors degree in Science with honors, a Masters of Environmental Science and a PhD. Whilst working as a PhD candidate Liz published several papers and presented at three conferences across Australia.


Liz has a strong background working for state government, CSIRO and Universities.  Whilst with the Department of Industry and Investment Liz conducted research into parasitic nematodes of cereal crops in northern and central NSW. The findings were presented at Industry and Investment workshops and to the GRDC.