NEADC General Meeting Remote Lecture

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October 18, 2023, 6:30 pm.
Andrea Bologmini - TBA_

Nominations for new Officers will be held at the October General Meeting

Dr. Andrea Bogomolni (Dr. Dre) is an interdisciplinary community scientist as well as many other “-ists”: a naturalist, artist, biologist and conservationist with a passion for the ocean. She is drawn to understanding our human relationship with the natural world and ways we can help preserve, protect and sustainably make use of the limited resources nature provides.

Dr. Bogomolni has an interdisciplinary skill-set including scientific research, education, and outreach. Her Bachelor’s degrees are in studio art and wildlife, and fisheries and conservation biology from UC Davis. She holds a Master’s degree in marine biology from Boston University and a Doctorate in pathobiology and veterinary science, as well as a certificate in public health from UCONN. Dr. Bogomolni was a postdoctoral fellow and guest investigator at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She has taught marine mammal science and conservation courses at several institutions, and started the seal research program at the Shoals Marine Lab a decade ago. She is also the Chair and co-founder of the Northwest Atlantic Seal Research Consortium.

November 15, 2023, 6:30 pm.
Elizabeth Stephenson - the Marine Conservation Action Fund_

Officer Elections will be held at the November General Meeting

As director of the Marine Conservation Action Fund (MCAF), Elizabeth focuses her work on supporting the long-term success, impact and influence of ocean conservation leaders in low and middle-income countries across the globe. She played a leading role in the development and launch of the MCAF Fellows Program in 2015 and in running the inaugural MCAF Fellows summit in Boston in 2019.

Elizabeth is an active member of the fellowship consortium known as the Conservation Leadership Community of Practice as well as New England International Donors. She also serves as a scientific advisor to the Gulf of Maine Research Institute’s Vital Signs Program. Prior to her role at NEAq, Elizabeth worked for the Maine Coastal Program where she coordinated the Maine Marine Invasive Species Working Group.

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