YOUTH AMBASSADORS

As Shark Stanley circles the globe he comes across young people who are working to save sharks.  These Youth Ambassadors inspire the rest of us, old and young alike, to take action to make changes in our own backyards.  Each one will be highlighted in turn in a series of blogs in the coming months.

Won't you join these Ambassadors and help build an army of Shark Stanley supporters?

Dahlia Hassell - Saba
Dahlia Hassell was raised on the small Dutch Caribbean island of Saba. From childhood, she participated in the after school environmental awareness programs of the Saba Conservation Foundation, where she developed her passion for protecting nature. In college, she majored in Biology and then returned to Saba to work as a Saba Bank Park Officer where she continues to help preserve the underwater environment.

Jillian Morris - The Bahamas
Jillian Morris is the founder and president of Sharks4Kids, a shark education organization based in Florida. She has a behavioral biology degree and is a professional videographer and photographer who spends most of her time on the island of Bimini, The Bahamas swimming with sharks.

Anna Oposa - Philippines
Anna Oposa is the co-founder and "Chief Mermaid" of Save Philippine Seas. She's the Project Director and Founder of the Shark Shelter Project, which aims to protect thresher sharks and other coastal and marine resources of Daanbantayan, Cebu, and the Sea and Earth Advocates Camp, a project to empower young Filipinos to play leadership roles in marine conservation. Anna is currently taking her MSc in Conservation Science at Imperial College London through the Chevening scholarship.

Tina Randall - Turks & Caicos Islands
Tina Randall is our second Youth Ambassador from the Caribbean. She lives in the Turks and Caicos Islands where she works on a family farm with just about every animal you can imagine, but her favorite animal is Shark Stanley. Tina’s favorite activities include getting kids riled up for shark conservation, diving with Shark Stanley and dressing up in a shark mascot costume and twerking like a tiger shark.


Jospeh Casila - Guam
Joseph was born on Guam, raised in the Philippines, went back to Guam, and has now lived back on island for the last 12 years. He's always enjoyed solving problems, so for the past year (after taking marine biology at George Washington High School), he's been working to solve the problem of Guam not being a shark sanctuary.

1 comment:

CJ Poole said...

How can I become a Youth Ambassador?

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