The Australian Taxonomy
Dr Elycia Wallis is the Projects team lead and Collections Community Engagement Manager at the Atlas of Living Australia. Her role involves advocating for and communicating with the museums and herbarium collections community about new developments, standards and requirements. Dr Wallis joined the Atlas of Living Australia in 2018 after over twenty years with Museums Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. During her time at the museum, Dr Wallis worked as a collection manager in the Crustacea collection, managed the collection management database system, led the Library, Archives and Public Information teams, and was Manager of Online Collections – publishing websites, apps and in gallery multimedia experiences. Dr Wallis is also the founder of the Biodiversity Heritage Library program in Australia. She is currently the Oceania representative on the TDWG Executive.
Ely's work profile
Ely works in the following sector(s): Collections Institution, Other government agency
Ely's primary institution is: Atlas of Living Australia, CSIRO
Ely's position is: Collections Community Engagement Manager
Ely's work in taxonomy
Ely has the following roles: Collecting, Collection Management, Information Management, Editing publishing and reviewing
Ely's skills are in Biodiversity informatics
Ely works on the taxonomy of Animals,
Ely is happy to be contacted for the following reasons:
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