Dr. Davis has over 40 years of experience in marine biology, and specifically in stock enhancement and aquaculture. She has extensive global experience, particularly in the Caribbean Sea region. She works on a multitude of fisheries-based projects with communities and industry, and is internationally recognized for her decades of scientific work in the field.
Becky is a senior executive and MBA with a decade of experience in the aquaculture and conservation nonprofit sector. Her experience in marketing, organizational strategy, and community building, has introduced her to countless international seafood operators - from artisanal fishers to leading aquaculture produce
Becky is a senior executive and MBA with a decade of experience in the aquaculture and conservation nonprofit sector. Her experience in marketing, organizational strategy, and community building, has introduced her to countless international seafood operators - from artisanal fishers to leading aquaculture producers. She helps develop partnerships that will lead to a conch farm in every Caribbean Nation.
Principal Member, Retired
Mr Waln has over forty years experience in engineering, program management, test & evaluation and strategic planning and management. Seventeen of those years were in Federal policy and financial management roles. He presently mentors executives and college students in strategic decision making.
We collaborate daily with our partners in Naguabo, Puerto Rico. Conservación ConCiencia and the Naguabo Fishing Association are instrumental to the success of the island's first community-led conch hatchery for restoration.
We worked with Green Island Blue Ocean (Catherine Booker) to develop the FAU Mobile Lab and this project has since rolled into a partnership with BNT to operate the lab with the goal of restocking queen conch in BNT’s managed Moriah Harbor Key National Park in Great Exuma. This project’s funding is from the Richard Schneider Trust. In Grand Bahama, we are working with BNT on several objectives, including diversified livelihoods for fishermen, teaching ocean conch ranching skills, and communicating the queen conch lifecycle.
The Curaçao Hatchery, located at the Curaçao Sea Aquarium, has been in operation since 2020. The Queen Conch Lab provides scientific advice and training for the team that operates a medium-size hatchery. With a captive population of adult queen conch the hatchery has a steady supply of conch eggs and continues to show success in growing conch juveniles for restoration and sustainable seafood purposes.
Director of Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center
Science Communicator and Artist
Marine Scientist, FAU HBOI
Data Monitoring Officer and Researcher
Caribbean Netherlands Science Institute,
Entrepreneur, Environmentalist and Aquaculturist (Erasmus Plus Scholar)
Trinidad and Tobago, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Aquaculture and Marine Scientist
Elkhorn Marine Conservancy
Karukera Queen Conch Association
Kemp Fisheries LLC &
Big Blue Excursions
Morehead City, NC & USVI
President, Jamaica Conch Restoration Project
USA & Jamaica
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