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Nicole Adimey

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Nicole Adimey has twenty-seven years of marine mammal research, management, and conservation experience, including 15 years working with the Florida manatee. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Experimental Psychology and a minor in Zoology from the Ohio State University, and Masters degrees in both Marine Biology and Coastal Zone Management from Nova Southeastern University. Nicole’s Masters research focused on the behavior of orcas in Johnstone Strait, British Columbia. In her 16 years of employment with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Nicole was the lead Coordinator for the Florida Manatee Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release Program, as well as chairing several manatee working groups and teams focused on habitat protection, entanglement reduction, and population recovery. Nicole has also worked in the USFWS sea turtle program and served as the Coastal Program Coordinator focused on the design and implementation of regional restoration projects. Nicole and her husband Brett live in Jacksonville Beach, FL, have four grown children, and love to travel.

Nicole Adimey, Board Member - African Aquatic Conservation Fund


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