Alumni

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Welcome CMBC Alumni

The Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation’s MAS-MBC and Ph.D. training programs were established in 2004.  Almost 250 students have received their degrees and are transferring their interdisciplinary education into influential positions across many fields that help to preserve our marine and other natural resources.  Alumni are working in city, state, and federal government positions, and with well known NGOs and advocacy organization,  museums, educational institutions, and environmental consulting firms  in the U.S., Indonesia, South Africa, Germany, Mexico, India, Chile, Australia, France, Panama, Micronesia and China.

The intent of the CMBC Alumni Community is to improve personal and professional connections among our alumni, maintain alumni involvement with CMBC’s current students and to take pride in our accomplishments.


Stay in Touch


Check the Alumni News page for the latest individual updates.

You may occasionally hear from your Alumni Coordinator requesting updates.

MAS 2005 & 2006: CMBC Program Office
MAS 2007:  KIm McIntyre
MAS 2008:  Cody Hooven
MAS 2009:  Michelle (Lande) Maloney, Lisa Gilfillan
MAS 2010:  Matthew (Huelsenbeck) Mulrennan
MAS 2011:  Ariana Merlino
MAS 2012: Tamara Mayer,  Kristina Malizia
MAS 2013: Sam (Yat-Long) Poon, Nayantara Jain
MAS 2014:  Amy Bowman
MAS 2015:  Alecia Amerson
MAS 2016:  Bridget Altman
MAS 2017:  TBD
Ph.D.s – David Kline, Ph.D., CMBC Program Office

CMBC Alumni Groups are organizing regionally. Regional Contacts:

Washington, DC:  Shannon Yee
New England (group still organizing in and around Boston):
Jeff Wescott, Adam Baske, Greg Wells

Please keep us updated!  We maintain a database with up-to-date contact and career information to facilitate continued interaction between our alumni and current students.

 

Logo by Du Niu (MAS-MBC Class of 2010)

Logo by Du Niu (MAS-MBC Class of 2010)

By the numbers (2005-2016):  177 MAS-MBC graduates and 66 Ph.D. graduates.

18 graduates have received Knauss Policy Fellowships

7 have received California Sea Grant Marine Policy Fellowships