With a background in environmental science and law, Elinor Gwynn is an experienced practitioner in the fields of landscape, heritage and environmental management and sustainable development.
During her career Elinor has worked in key roles within a several public and third sector organisations, including the National Trust, the Countryside Council for Wales, Snowdonia National Park, the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Welsh Centre for International Affairs and Natural Resources Wales. She has also worked in a freelance capacity across diverse fields – from writing, editing and creative translation to developing and advising on heritage grant projects.
Elinor is currently a full-time researcher within the Geography and Earth Sciences Department at Aberystwyth University. She lives in north-west Wales where she enjoys mountaineering, water sports, arts and books.