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Spending my childhood in Bermuda, I gained an early appreciation for the environment, specifically coastal and marine ecosystems. Through my studies at Duke in development and work in eco-tourism development projects throughout Central and South America, I have seen the inseparable link between community livelihood and dependence on the environment. I am now looking to pursue a career in community-based adaptation and mitigation to climate change such as community-based natural resource management, with a focus on coastal communities.
I am thrilled to be working with BIOS this summer in the Development Office as a Digital Media, Communications, and Education Intern. I will be interacting with all sorts of exciting BIOS guests such as students, interns, and visiting groups, and will be collecting and documenting their experiences this summer. The communication materials I collect will be used in social media, newsletters, annual reports, and right here on this blog. I hope you enjoy what you find here, and I am so looking forward to sharing some of the amazing things that are going on at BIOS this summer!
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