Jeanel Georges has been working as an environmental consultant with a focus on marine and coastal ecosystems. She most recently worked with The Caribsave Partnership as a research assistant investigating the impacts of climate change on the Caribbean Region’s fisheries and biodiversity. She holds an MS in Natural Resource and Environmental Management from the University of the West Indies and a BS in Biology with a minor in Psychology from the Midwestern State University. Other experience includes work on a Sustainable Seafood Awareness campaign geared towards promoting sustainable seafood choices in the Caribbean’s tourism sector; an assessment of the queen conch (Strombas gigas) fisheries in Tobago and education and awareness of cetaceans as a whale watch tour guide. Jeanel has 7 years of experience as a science teacher of CXC physics, chemistry and biology. In addition to her academic background and work experience, she also is a PADI certified open water diver and also enjoys snorkeling, hiking and other nature related recreational activities.