Our ambassadors have a diverse range of experience, but they all love sharks. Many are available for classroom presentations, Virtual Lessons or work shops. You will find others creating amazing educational resources or talking all about sharks at events!
Please CONTACT US to find out more or to schedule a visit.
New England Outreach Director-Maine
Social Media Director
Jessica is a Wildlife Educator, and an avid diver. This means you will find her holding an owl and teaching kids that yes, there are sharks in Maine! Jessica does events, school presentations, and helps with the social media.
New Jersey & New York Director
Leann is a marine biologist, teacher and researcher. Leann has worked on shark projects around the world and along with educational outreach, she is also assisting with STEM activities and curriculum development.
Dr. Enie Hensel
Enie is a marine ecologist and currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. Her research focus is currently seagrass restoration and ecosystem responses to hurricanes. Enie does school presentations, events and assists with curriculum development.
Jenny is currently a PhD researcher at Trinity College Dublin where she is studying the ecology of large marine predators. Jenny does school visits in the region as well as virtual lessons.
After traveling the world as a scuba instructor, Michelle has returned to the UK. She does presentations in person and virtually, teaching students about sharks and share her passion for the ocean with them.
Ron is a professional award winning underwater photographer who travels the world capturing incredible shark images. He does presentations and events for us. Ron has also been assisting us with our 3D model project for the Bahamas.
Cailla is a marine biologist and teacher. Cailla is also an avid shark diver. She does school presentations and education events throughout Florida.
Tyler is an avid shark diver and has logged thousands of hours underwater with these amazing animals. His commitments to the ocean, environment, scuba diving and the tourism industry involves an ongoing educational and outreach component.
You can follow his dive adventures HERE.
UK & Mexico
Angie is a world traveler, marine biologist and ocean educator. She has worked in The Bahamas, Fiji, The Philippines and South Africa teaching kids about sharks and the oceans. She leads school and community presentations, but is also creating educational content and materials for us.
Eimear is an environmental educator that specializes in marine and climate education. She creates fun STEM resources for schools, bringing the wonders of the ocean into the classroom. Eimear's favourite thing to do is host outdoor events with her portable touch pools. These touch pools allow people to see marine species up-close.
Linda has been assisting our team with outreach events and is also active with the Guy Harvey Research Institute shark tagging program. Linda is an avid scuba diver and loves sharing her passion for the water with others. Look for Linda at our Fort Lauderdale area events! She is also does our Shark of the Month blog!
Michaela works for an environmental engineering firm focused on coastal management and water resources. She is currently working on a MS at Johns Hopkins University. She is an avid freediver as well. Michaela has been assisting us at education and outreach events as well as creating content.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Michelle worked in aquariums there before heading south to find warmer weather and more sharks. She earned a degree in biology from the University of South Florida. You will see Michelle at various outreach events and school visits. She has assisted in developing programs as well as coordinating events. Her passion for sharks is contagious.
A PhD candidate at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Originally from Kentucky but completed a BSc in marine biology at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, then a MSc in marine biodiversity and conservation in Belgium. Patrick spent some time as the education and outreach coordinator at the Bimini Biological Field Station and now studies sawshark ecology in Australia.
When Gabe is not working as a chemist, you can usually find him wearing a shark costume and teaching kids how awesome these animals are. He is an avid diver and free diver, always sharing his love of the ocean with those around him.