Randy has over 30 years experience in the Maritimes fishery and aquaculture industry. He has extensive experience in working with both the public and private sectors in resource management, and has a diverse background that covers a variety of species and organizations.
Owen Day obtained his bachelor’s in biochemistry from Oxford University in 1988, and his master's and doctorate in marine biology from the University of Wales in 1991 and 1996 respectively.
Since 2006, Jen has been using the “Have Fun; don’t mind the mud” approach to coastal conservation in her work as the Ecology Action Centre’s (EAC’s) coastal coordinator as she encourages and nudges the province to adopt province wide coastal legislation and regulations.
Ashley graduated with a MSc. from the University of New Brunswick where she researched movements and habitat use of shorebirds in the Bay of Fundy. She has worked on coastal and marine conservation issues in Nova Scotia for the past five years and joined the Ecology Action Centre in January, 2011.
Director of the Intertidal Coastal Sediment Transport (In_CoaST) Research Unit
Coordinator of the Maritime Provinces Spatial Analysis Research Center (MP_SpARC)