Romaric (Remy) Moncrieffe
Romaric (Remy) Moncrieffe is the Marine Conservation Policy Manager for the National Audubon Society. His focus is on promoting a healthy marine ecosystem, particularly fishing regulations, wetland and estuary protection, and the expansion and creation of marine national sanctuaries and marine protected areas. Remy is located near Washington, D.C., and works to engage the Audubon network in ocean conservation.
Prior to joining Audubon, Remy studied fisheries policy and aquaculture in the European Union. There, he led research on microplastics and their effect on bivalves. Remy has a B.S. in Biology from George Mason University and a joint M.S. in Aquaculture and Fisheries Policy from the University of Nantes, University of Crete, and Scottish Association for Marine Science.