This is my last week working with the Invasive Animals CRC. I am taking up a job at the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.
It was a very hard decision to make, but the offer was too good to refuse.
I have totally enjoyed my work here with the CRC. The duties have been diverse, the autonomy is great, but mostly I have loved working with a terrific bunch of people. Many I’d refer to as friends and not just colleagues. Exciting times are ahead for the CRC and it does make me sad not to be a part of it.
My colleagues have said they'll miss me, and that I've been an important part of the CRC's core staff. They say I've brought much energy (meaning I drink too much coffee - I have given up this addiction in my time here) and expertise to the Communications role (meaning I was at uni for many hours that I should have been working) during my time with the CRC.
It has been brilliant working with this organisation. So long and thanks for all the fish, even though it's carp we're harvesting.
[posted by Alexandra Bagnara, Communications Manager]