Alice joined the Opportunities and Outcomes team in 2018 to perform bio-economic modeling of global fisheries as well as large-scale data and spatial analysis. Her work covers Myanmar, the US Pacific, and the EU, and aims to decrease the barrier to data accessibility and facilitate effective, informed management where data may be limited.
Prior to joining EDF, Alice worked at NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in Santa Cruz on the Economics Team and holds a B.Sc. in Marine Biology from University of St Andrews in Scotland and a master’s degree from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment with a specialization in Coastal Environmental Management. When not exploring the Bay Area with her dog, Rhubarb, Alice enjoys tinkering with the chemistry behind baking and cocktail-making.