Julia joined CRC in 2023 as a postdoctoral fellow and part of the RISG Extension team. Julia is working with NOAA Fisheries’ Northeast Fisheries Science Center and the Responsible Offshore Development Alliance (RODA) to identify interactions between fisheries and offshore wind development in the Gulf of Maine through an integrated ecosystem assessment (IEA) built through stakeholder engagement and attentive to local ecological knowledge.
Julia received a PhD in Marine Science and Conservation from Duke University in 2023. Their dissertation work focused on governance transitions in Canadian and Nuu-chah-nulth rights-based salmon fisheries on the west coast of Vancouver Island, focusing on knowledge pluralisms and working in partnership with Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations and Ha’oom Fisheries Society.
Julia also holds a Certificate in College Teaching from Duke University. Prior to their doctoral studies, Julia was a research assistant at the University of Oregon’s Institute of Marine Biology. Julia holds a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in International Studies from Oregon State University.
PhD in Marine Science and Conservation, Duke University, 2023
Certificate in College Teaching, Duke University
B.S. in Biology, Oregon State University
B.A. in International Studies, Oregon State University.