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Gisselle brady

Technical Director | BICA 

Gisselle Brady was born and raised in the community of Sandy Bay on the island of Roatan. From an early age she knew she wanted to work in the field of marine conservation. In 2008, she graduated from Delaware State University with a BSc in Biotechnology and then with a MSc in Natural Resources and Conservation. Early 2012, she began working at the Bay Islands Conservation Association (BICA) as the research and monitoring coordinator. In 2016, she became an Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment Trainer, where she actively participates in reef monitoring with the Healthy Reef Initiative and trains the future generation of AGRRA monitors. In 2018 she became a MAR Leader for Honduras. Currently, in her role as Technical Director, she is responsible for structurally improving and developing the organization at all levels. Focused primarily on integrating the board into strategic initiatives and daily implementation with executive directors across the chapters to further program reach and financial sustainability. In addition, Brady is a founding member of the community center in Sandy Bay which aims to provide a haven for all kids and give them opportunities in education, sports and learn how to be good stewards of the environment. Lastly, she believes in the words of Jane Goodall that “everything you do makes a difference in your community, on your island, on this world and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make”.

Gisselle Brady Technical Director BICA
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