MSc Marine Systems and Policies, The University of Edinburgh 2015 – 2016

BSc (Hons) Marine Biology, University of Stirling 2011 – 2015

Kelly joined LTS in 2018 as an Analyst for the Darwin Initiative and Illegal Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund. She is an adventurous, meticulous and logical conservationist with two years combined experience in the field. She completed her MSc in Marine Systems and Policies at the University of Edinburgh where her thesis focused on the application of purpose-built artificial reefs as a means of enhancing reef fish populations in the Caribbean.

Prior to working at LTS, Kelly spent 6 months in the Cayman Islands as a Research Assistant for the Central Caribbean Marine Institute where she provided support for marine education programmes and research projects as well as aiding in the maintenance of an Acropora coral nursery. She has been involved in many areas of marine conservation including acting as a Wildlife Officer on ferries and cruises in the Bay of Biscay, Celtic and Irish Sea. Kelly is a passionate ocean advocate and to date has completed over 100 scientific dives as a certified PADI Rescue diver.

Her key areas of interest are within tropical marine systems, blue carbon management and small island developing states.


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