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ABOUT US

 

OUR PURPOSE

We exist to preserve biodiversity.
Through technology, we have the power to preserve biodiversity.

Our vision is to create a world where wildlife is flourishing with a helping hand. We will achieve this by building technology to turbocharge wildlife conservation.

Our values: Collaboration, impact, accountability, creativity and innovation

 

TEAM

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CAMILLE GOLDSTONE-HENRY

Co-Founder and CEO

Camille is a wildlife conservation scientist, data advocate, environment activist and Kamilaroi woman. As an experienced wildlife conservation manager with a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience from The University of Sydney, she specialises in threatened species population management and has been lucky enough to work with endangered species around the world in her career, including Tasmanian devils, orange-bellied parrots, Sumatran tigers and red pandas. With her work spanning NGOs, university and social enterprise, she has published over 15 conservation industry reports and book chapters, and has featured in prominent publications and podcasts. Her passion for wildlife, tech, equality, and the environment drive her to implement innovative solutions like Xylo Systems so that future generations can enjoy the beautiful wildlife Australia has to offer.

Camille was named 2021 Women's Weekly Woman of the Future, 2022 Women in Artificial Intelligence Trailblazer AND AI in Climate Winner, and was a 2022 NSW Young Woman of the Year Finalist. She was selected to Taronga Zoo's HATCH Accelerator and won highly commended at the UNSW Sir Rupert Myers Sustainability Award in 2021.

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JADA ANDERSEN

Co-Founder and CPO

Jada is an ecologist, mathematician and passionate environmentalist who believes in the power of technology and business for good. She has a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Biology and Mathematics and has skills in data science, coding, and ecological dynamics. For her Honours thesis, she explored the impact of humans, specifically plastic and endocrine disruptors, on freshwater fish.

 

She is passionate about supporting women in mathematics and technology and has taught over 150 students maths over her career. As Co-Founder and CPO at Xylo Systems, she’s driven to build tools that turbocharge conservation and support holistic methods of assessing the state of biodiversity. 

 
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PROUDLY SUPPORTING THE UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

 
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