Dr Helen completed her undergraduate degree in Geology at Durham University in England before moving to Australia in 2009 to undertake her PhD in Geochemistry at Melbourne University’s School of Earth Sciences. Following her PhD graduation in 2014, Helen took on a post-doctorate position on the Rock Art Dating Project funded by the Kimberley Foundation Australia (KFA) and visiting the Kimberley for the first time in July 2015. In 2018, she was awarded the 5-year Kimberley Foundation Australia Fellowship in Rock Art Dating thanks to the support of The Ian Potter Foundation and KFA. Professor Andy Gleadow, Chairman of KFA’s Science Advisory Council describes Dr Green as a career scientist of exceptional merit and an emerging research leader. Helen has undertaken nine research camps in the Kimberley in both the wet and dry seasons, collecting samples associated with rock art with the aim to develop a dating method capable of providing bracketing ages for each art style. Helen works closely with Ian Waina and other Balanggarra Aboriginal Corporation traditional owners, and a multi-disciplinary team drawn from numerous universities and institutions.