Having made a great impression during a placement with the Ranger Team at Hengistbury Head in Dorset, Mollie was offered immediate employment.

Her work has since included creating and delivering a regional conference looking at inclusion within the conservation sector, as well as developing a nature-focused bereavement group which has been cited as innovative and ground-breaking by those working in the field.

Her work has been entirely funded by external grants, which she has been successful in securing. 


Name: Mollie Taylor
Age: 25
Job role: Wellbeing and Engagement Ranger
Organisation: BCP Council
Course studied: MSc Biodiversity Conservation
Graduated: 2020

What their colleagues say

“I recognise Mollie as an innovative, creative and collaborative force within conservation, determined to help the industry evolve and to bring others on board. She is an incredible archetype of the talent BU can attract and develop. Mollie is a graduate that gives me great faith for the future of our sector as well as the continuing quality of Bournemouth University.”

- Brian Heppenstall, Senior Ranger, BCP Council