Executive Leadership    |    Science Council

Executive Leadership

  • Lance Morgan

    President of Marine Conservation Institute

  • Sarah Hameed

    GLORES Science Fellow of Marine Conservation Institute

  • Elliott Norse

    Founder of Marine Conservation Institute

Science Council

  • David Ainley

    H. T. Harvey & Associates, United States

  • Mark Carr

    University of California at Santa Cruz, United States

  • Ratana Chuenpagdee

    Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

  • John A. Cigliano

    Cedar Crest College, Acadia National Park, United States

  • Leslie Cornick

    Eastern Washington University, United States

  • Barbara Horta e Costa

    Centro de Ciências do Mar (CCMAR), Portugal

  • Mark J. Costello

    University of Auckland, New Zealand

  • Tammy Davies

    BirdLife International, United Kingdom

  • Jon C. Day

    Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Australia

  • Rodolphe Devillers

    Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

  • Daniel C. Dunn

    Duke University, United States

  • Emanuel Gonçalves

    Board of Directors, Oceano Azul Foundation
    VP, Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre (MARE), Portugal

  • Kirsten Grorud-Colvert

    Oregon State University, United States

  • Ellen M Hines

    Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, United States

  • David Hyrenbach

    Hawai'i Pacific University, United States

  • Mark Hixon

    University of Hawai‘i, United States

  • Sarah E. Lester

    Florida State University, United States

  • Sara Maxwell

    Old Dominion University, United States

  • Douglas McCauley

    University of California Santa Barbara, United States

  • Laurence McCook

    Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

  • Bethan O’Leary

    University of York, United Kingdom

  • Jennifer O’Leary

    California Sea Grant, Cal Poly, United States

  • Rashid Sumaila

    University of British Columbia, Canada

        The Global Ocean Refuge System is a strategic, science-based way to safeguard marine ecosystems. We invite our colleagues in the scientific community to contribute their expertise to the initiative. Please contact Sarah.Hameed@marine-conservation.org  to become involved.