Kaylie Beasley, GML Heritage Consultant, has four years’ experience working in heritage. She holds a Master of Liberal Arts (Cultural and Environmental Heritage) Research and a Bachelor of Arts from the Australian National University.
Prior to joining GML, Kaylie worked in several heritage consulting firms where she developed her knowledge and skills in heritage management, statutory frameworks and best practice heritage methodologies through her work on projects around Sydney and NSW. She has a strong understanding of State and Commonwealth heritage legislation and heritage places within the ACT and NSW.
Kaylie has developed her skills in the preparation of a variety of heritage management documents including heritage impact statements, conservation management plans, archival recordings, schedules of conservation works and interpretation plans. She is experienced in managing projects from commencement to completion.
Master of Liberal Arts (Cultural and Environmental Heritage) Research, Australian National University
Graduate Certificate in Liberal Arts (Museums and Collections), Australian National University
Bachelor of Arts, Australian National University
Associate Member, Australia ICOMOS
National Trust of Australia (ACT)