Conservation Science Director
Paul directs A Rocha Canada’s conservation science and advises A Rocha fisheries and aquatic projects internationally. Alongside a wide range of collaborators, Paul has worked to address aquatic conservation challenges including projects focused on invasive species, climate change, and overfishing, with the goal of balancing human use with biodiversity protection. He has chosen to work primarily at biological field stations and science centres, with experience at centres in Southeast Asia, North America, East Africa (including A Rocha Kenya), and the Caribbean. He and his family live at A Rocha Canada’s Brooksdale Environmental Centre.
PhD – Cornell University
MSc – University of Vermont
BSc – SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry