Ocean international policy, Marine Protected Areas, Project management of marine projects, Marine mammal research and policy
Master Thesis: Developing further understanding of Important Marine Mammal Areas and Marine Mammal Migratory Connectivity in Areas Within and Beyond National Jurisdiction (Supervisors: Dr. Patrick N. Halpin, Dr. Daniel Dunn)
Major: Licence de Sciences et Technologies, Sciences du Vivant
Contribution to the development of MAVA communication strategy by providing a situation analysis for the Mediterranean programme and developing proposals of communication materials.
Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative. Supervisor: Dr. Patrick N. Halpin. September 2016- present.
Management of: media relations, preparation of news items and press releases, organization of public events and exhibits, design and implementation of local engagement activities, preparation of funding proposals, coordination of the Consortium of Stakeholders of the Gyaros Marine Protected Area. October 2015- July 2016.
Conservation - a Learning Forum - Second Part” Seminar, WWF Mediterranean Project Office and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Syros, Greece
Researched the stomach contents of cetaceans of the Ionian and the Aegean Sea. October 2014- March 2015
Coordinated the 10th Annual Film Festival of Ecological Documentaries. October 2012- February 2013.
Marine Planning Advancement Training, Duke University Marine Laboratory, Nicholas School Executive Education, January 2017
Environmental Interpretation Training of the Certified Interpretive Guide, European Association for Heritage Interpretation (Interpret Europe), Parnitha, Greece, April 2016
Certificate on Monitoring of Marine Turtle Nesting and Conservation on Beaches, Council of Europe and Cyprus Wildlife Society, Larnaca, Cyprus, July 2015
SEA Semester Degree in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (Merit-based scholarship), Sea Education Association (SEA), Woods Hole, MA, USA, March- June 2015
Master-level course on Mediterranean Ecology, Oceanological Observatory of Banyuls-Sur-Mer, Arago Laboratory, France, July 2014
International Representative, Duke Conservation Society, March 2017- present
Participant in the implementation of Phase II: Collaborative Leadership Learning Forum, WWF Mediterranean office & NOAA, January 2017- present
Coordinator of “Beyond the Basics: Confronting Acidification in a Changing Ocean” Symposium, Duke University, Ocean Policy Working Group, September 2016- present
Student Member of the International Relations Committee, The Society for Marine Mammalogy, September 2016- present
Nereus Scientific & Technical Briefs on Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction series.
Dunn, D.C., G.O. Crespo, M. Vierros, D. Freestone, E. Rosenthal, S. Roady, A. Alberini, A.-L. Harrison, A. Cisneros, J.W. Moore, M. R. Sloat, R. Caddell, P.N. Halpin. “Adjacency: How legal precedent, ecological connectivity, and traditional knowledge inform our understanding of proximity” presented at the third meeting of the Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction Preparatory Committee
22nd Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Canada October 2017
31th Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society, Denmark, May 2017
4th International Conference of Marine Mammal Protected Areas, Mexico, November 2016