Staff

Jessica Seevers

Program Associate

Jessica has been working in and around the marine environment for almost 15 years, doing everything from endangered species work to informal education and philanthropy in a variety of locales from the PNW and Alaska to the coast of New England. She recently completed a Master of Science in Biodiversity, Wildlife, and Ecosystem Health from the University of Edinburgh focusing on marine conservation. For her thesis, she developed a GIS-based suitability model to determine where non-finfish multi-trophic aquaculture could potentially be used to help restore kelp forests in the waters of Puget Sound in Washington State. She also holds a BS in Biology from Portland State University. In her spare time, she enjoys cruising the Puget Sound, adventuring near and far, and traveling to visit glaciers with her spouse.