Jacqueline Frizenschaf

GM Research Services

  • Quals:
    MSc (Geography - Hydrology), MSc (Civil Eng)

Jacqueline is General Manager Research Services at Water Research Australia and has been in the water resources and water quality business for over 25 years. After completing degrees in hydrology and water resources engineering in Germany and the USA, her professional career has been marked by research assistant work at German and American universities, consulting with CH2M HILL in the USA for 10 years; and, working for the SA EPA and SA Water for 18 years. Jacqueline’s passion throughout her career has been to contribute to improving lives in the community through solving challenging water resource issues to ensure the broader community benefits from secure water sources and safe drinking water. During her professional career, Jacqueline has lead projects and teams in the areas of water resources and water quality assessments including modelling and environmental impact assessments of key water infrastructure. She has also been instrumental in leading drought and extreme weather event projects such as water quality during drought years and land and fire management post bushfires. Jacqueline works closely with our utility and research partners as she facilitates and oversees the delivery of high-quality and effective research to enable efficiencies and a greater understanding of the current and future challenges for our members.