Darcy Bradley

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After graduating cum laude from Princeton University, Darcy Bradley spent one year at the Rajaprajanugroph 35 School in rural Bangsak, Thailand where she worked with K-12th graders. When she wasn't teaching or exploring every corner of southern Thailand, Darcy volunteered for various organizations that worked to raise environmental awareness in her surrounding communities. Through these volunteer activities, Darcy soon began working as a field technician and conservation outreach coordinator for ECOCEAN, a whale shark research and conservation organization based in Western Australia. Darcy spent several years traveling between Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Mexico working with local communities to collect data on whale shark aggregations and to encourage best practice guidelines for eco-tourist operations around the world. As of 2014, Darcy is a PhD candidate at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. You can read about her research here: http://gaineslab.msi.ucsb.edu/people/grad-students/darcy-bradley

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