Lindsey has worked at Sea Sense for 10 years and is responsible for the overall management of the organisation including designing programme activities, managing project staff and finances, liaising with donors, conducting fundraising campaigns and publicizing Sea Sense work. Lindsey is a member of the IUCN Marine Turtle Specialist Group and the Vice Chair of the Western Indian Ocean Marine Turtle Task Force.
A passionate environmentalist, Catharine founded Sea Sense in 2001 after spending ten years developing her knowledge and experience within diverse and challenging conservation and research roles. Catharine now acts in an advisory capacity and is a member of the Sea Sense Board.
Omari has worked for Sea Sense since the very beginning in 2001. He lives and works in Mafia Island and plays a critical role in all of our community conservation programmes. He has an infinite supply of knowledge and wisdom and his tireless efforts have had a real impact on coastal communities in Tanzania.
Evetha has a bachelors degree in Accounting and is working towards a Masters degree in Economics. Her expertise in financial management enables Sea Sense to meet financial obligations to project donors and partners and she provides invaluable office support to the Sea Sense team.