Co-hosted by the Scientist in Every Florida School program and the ANGARI foundation, Dr. Krista Sherman is excited to share her expertise on Bahamian fisheries and answer any questions that you may have.
Dr. Krista Sherman is a marine scientist with more than a decade of research and conservation experience and is also the first Bahamian female with a Ph.D. in the marine sciences. She recently completed a self-funded Ph.D. in Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter (graduated July 2018), and also holds an MRes in Ocean Science from the University of Southampton, as well as a BSc. (Hons) in Marine Science and minor in Spanish from Jacksonville University. Her Ph.D. research assessed the status, population structure and dynamics of Nassau grouper spawning aggregations, and was critical to the development of the first Nassau Grouper Conservation Management Plan for The Bahamas.