Kara is a wildlife and environment journalist based in New Hampshire. She has been free diving since the age of 10, and has made a conscious effort to infuse her love of digital storytelling and journalism with nature conservation. Documenting important and untold science stories drew Kara to a remote field station in the Bahamas where she interviewed world renowned shark experts, and assisted in the development of natural history programs on the critically endangered great hammerhead shark.
Her editorial interests have taken her to Sydney, Australia where she worked alongside scientists and CEOs of key Australian research organizations. Kara’s work has been published by many outlets including Mission Blue Sylvia Earle Alliance, Refraction Media, United Nations and others. She has worked on projects for TED Conferences, Bimini Shark Lab, Blue Ant Media and Smithsonian. Kara also contributes to Women4Oceans, an organization that spotlights the inherent role women play in safeguarding the planet’s marine natural resources. Through her work, Kara hopes to promote local voices and underrepresented racial groups.
In the words of much anthologized conservationist Baba Dioum: “In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we are taught.”
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