Natalie Baker joined the International River Foundation "as Partnerships Manager in 2008. She has a research background in aquatic sciences and completed a PhD from the Queensland University of Technology studying population genetics of an Australian freshwater crayfish. Recently, Natalie has been working in the area of natural resource management and on river restoration in the Queensland Murray Darling Basin. In 2006, Natalie was as a volunteer in Nairobi for the Tweed-Kenya Mentoring Program (TKMP) - one of the twinning projects supported by the IRF - and helped the Desk Coordinator with integrating social and environmental outcomes of improving river health, sanitation and water access in informal settlements of Nairobi. Natalie is now responsible for assisting the Thiess Riverprize winners in their twinning endeavors and building partnerships to support the global IRF twinning program." 
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- Staff, International River Foundation, accessed February 7, 2009.