BS, Biology, Seattle University
During Corinne’s time at Seattle University she worked in the SAFS lab at UW studying fish food web ecology using isotope data in the Tonle Sap, off the Mekong River in Cambodia. This experience sparked her interest in fisheries management and how human health and nutrition can be supported by aquaculture and healthier ecosystems. After graduating she worked for the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, an environmental profit, doing restoration work, trail maintenance, and leading volunteer events throughout the Middle Fork natural area. Through these experiences Corinne has interest in connecting her passion for science, healthy ecosystems, and fish to policy and communication to better the economies and livelihoods of developing nations.