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Jan

Jonathan Katz

Jonathan has held a number of senior, executive Director roles in strategy, business development and finance for both large UK public companies (Diageo Plc, Sears Plc, E &O Properties Plc) and more recently, as the Chair of smaller, entrepreneurial and VC backed ventures. Sectors include pubs/restaurants, retail, property, online marketing and the internet. Strategic roles …

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Jan

Professor Charles Sheppard

Charles advises on tropical marine and coastal development issues, advising governments, NGOs and aid agencies on marine and coastal management. His advisory roles include the tropical & marine environmental advisor for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Commissioner for UK Overseas Territories; participant on Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change since 2002; Fellow of Linnean Society of …

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Jan

Tom Oliver, PhD

Dr. Oliver recieved his PhD from Stanford University in 2009, studying under Prof. Stephen Palumbi. His thesis work focused on the adaptation of reef coral and their symbionts to current and future environmental extremes. Since then he has served as a Post-Doctoral researcher at Stanford, researching genomic-scale expression in response to heat stress in corals, …

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Jan

Kirsten Oleson, PhD

Kirsten Oleson is an ecological economist with Blue Ventures Conservation, an affiliated scholar at Stanford University, a National Science Foundation International Research Fellow and currently resides with the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, University of Hawaii. Her research is at the interface of environmental ethics, economics, and policy. Currently she is working on …

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Jan

Frederic Le Manach, PhD

Frederic received his MSc from the University of Plymouth in 2011, and is currently working on his PhD jointly at the University of British Columbia (Canada) and at the French Research Institute for Development (IRD), under Drs. Daniel Pauly and Philippe Cury. His thesis focuses on international fisheries agreements and improvements to make them more …

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Jan

Simon Harding, PhD

Simon’s project experience includes planning and managing marine resource assessments in both the Caribbean and Indo-Pacific; fisheries monitoring for industrial and subsistence fisheries; Marine Protected Area planning and monitoring; socio-economic assessments of coastal communities; environmental education and capacity building; coral bleaching and disease assessment; phytoplankton monitoring and assessment of coral reef epilithic algae. Simon has …

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Jan

Steve Rocliffe

Steve is a tropical marine ecologist at the University of York working with communities, charities and the tourism sector to improve marine resource management. His interdisciplinary research focuses on the effectiveness, scaleability and financing of locally managed marine areas (LMMAs) in the Western Indian Ocean and South Pacific, with a second strand exploring biases among …

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Jan

Nolwenn Gaudin

Nolwenn provides Blue Ventures with French translation support, enabling us to share our experiences with an international audience. In particular, she has translated a number of reports and communication outputs for the Madagascar PHE Network.

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Jan

Charlie Gardner

A terrestrial ecologist by training and confirmed landlubber, Charlie advises BV on matters relating to protected area management and the terrestrial biodiversity of Velondriake. His doctoral research at the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (University of Kent) focuses on reconciling conservation and development within Madagascar’s rapidly expanding protected area system and, as a consultant, …

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Jan

Rob Conway

He has taken part in projects since the turn of the century both in Madagascar and the Indian Ocean, and has done so as a research diver and medic as well as leading a number of expeditions that have culminated in awards from Buckingham Palace. The most important thing to him, though, is the fact …

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