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Jane Munday is a PhD candidate with the Northern Institute of Charles Darwin University and a social impact assessment and community engagement practitioner. Jane has lived in the Northern Territory since 1994. She spent 10 years in senior communication and marketing positions with the Northern Territory Government then ran a strategic communication consultancy for nearly 12 years based in Darwin and Alice Springs. Jane’s research interests are social and cultural impact assessment, community engagement, the socially, culturally, ecologically and economically sustainable development of Northern Australia, Aboriginal perspectives on sustainable development and reform of Australia’s environmental legislation and policies to pay greater attention to the impacts of major projects on people and communities. Jane has qualifications in journalism, psychology, marketing, business management, community engagement and social impact assessment. She is on the Board of Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM), the Community Benefits Fund, the Northern Territory Division of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) and a national EIANZ social impact assessment working group.