Innoceana

WE ARE

#INNOCEANA

We are a global nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the ocean for future generations.

Our marine ecosystems are facing numerous threats related to pollution, climate change, and overfishing. To meet these challenges, we have developed a holistic approach to conservation that combines innovation, education, research, and collaboration.

A DIVERSE TEAM WITH A UNIFIED PURPOSE

Carlos Mallo

CEO & Founder

Emily Cook

Program Assistant

Ximena Rodríguez

Marketing Director

Carlos Luis

Finance Analyst

Emiliano Vargas

IT Developer

Chris Parker

Deputy Director

Flavio Güell

Marketing Manager

Desirée Luna

Executive Assistant

Karyna Duran

Philanthropy Director

Felipe Thomas

Program Director

Aldo Blando

Experiences Manager

Geovanni Jiménez

Boat Captain

Katherine Garro

Miscellaneous

Julia Zafra

Education Director

Laura Vanopdenbosch

Research Director

Noilyn Torres

Administration Manager

Yulian Cordero

Community Director

Berta Felipe

Managing Director

Karima López

Research Director

Sophie Jehin

Program Manager

Ben Cain

Board Treasurer

Cindy Zeigler

Fundraising Executive

Eric Larsen

Board Chairperson

Lisa Sholley

Board Vice Chairperson

Mariano Castro

Environmental Policy

Nicholas Rowley

Civil Litigation

Rebecca Friendly

Board Secretary

Stuart Fraenkel

Civil Litigation

Taylor Coccari

Digital Marketing

Alejandra Portero

Captain

Brenden Hayes - MOA

Music Events

Carlos Mendiola

IT

Caroline Palmer

Science Advisory

Daniel González

Video Making

Daniel Martin

Astronomy

Espe Kanela

Photography

Elizabeth Sherr

Communication

Gabriela Elizondo

Legislation

Isabelle Peeters

Marine Biology

Javier Rangel

Invention Making

Juan Carlos

Science Communicator

Josie Duran

Communication

Margot Deville

Communication

Maggie Seida

Research

Rosa Molina

Finance

Séverine Ronsmans

IT

Sylvain Lambrechts

Photography

Andy Mann

Meadow Walker

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