M.Phil. (University of Cambridge)
Rochelle Bornman started her professional career in Air Quality in 2008 when she joined Airshed after having worked in malaria research at the Medical Research Council in Durban. Rochelle has worked on several air quality specialist studies between 2008 and 2022. She has experience on the various components including emissions quantification for a range of source types, simulations using a range of dispersion models, impacts assessment and health risk screening assessments. Her project experience range over various countries in Africa, providing her with an inclusive knowledge base of international legislation and requirements pertaining to air quality. Outside of the office, she plays Evil Sudoku and gets taken for walks by her basset hound Lulu.