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Clarissa Lloyd graduated from the Albena Lake- Hodge Comprehensive School (ALHCS) sixth form program in 2010 with an Associate’s Degree in Environmental Science from the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC). During her time at the ALHCS, she was the recipient of the Youth Environmental Leadership Award in 2006 and 2008. She is the Terrestrial and Wetlands Conservation Officer at the Anguilla National Trust where she has had the opportunity to work on a number of species and ecosystem conservation initiatives that have ranged from (but are not limited to) the initiation of a nursery that focuses on growing native and culturally-important trees and plants, island-wide wetland, terrestrial, and sea bird monitoring programmes, a nesting sea turtle monitoring programme, a rat eradication project on Dog Island (one of the top seabird nesting islands in the Caribbean), a campaign to raise public awareness about the need to sustainably use the island’s coastal resources, and is the lead on a wetland conservation project. She has a strong passion for youth and their involvement in environmental issues.