Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility Working Group Members


Gillian Damerell (she/her; University of Bergen [formerly UEA]) and Ben Fisher (University of Edinburgh)              
Working group members

Alice Marzocchi
 (she/her; National Oceanography Centre)             Anna E. McGregor (she/her; University of Glasgow)     

Alessandro Tagliabue (he/him; University of Liverpool)                Berit Rabe (Marine Directorate, Scottish Government)

Chelsey Baker (she/her; National Oceanography Centre)     Clara Douglas (she/they; University of Southampton, NOC)

Katie Sieradzan (she/her; Bangor University, Envision DTP)          Katrien Van Landeghem (she/her; Bangor University)

Nimit Kumar (INCOIS, ITCOOcean, DCC-IOR)                              Siddhi Joshi (she/her; Independent Marine Scientist)

Carol Robinson (University of East Anglia)
Kate Hendry (she/her; British Antarctic Survey)
Millie Goddard-Dwyer (University of Liverpool)

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