Environmental Management Services
Nick has been involved in a wide range of marine conservation-related roles, including training, advocacy, planning, management and administration of Caribbean MPA’s
Marine Resource Management
Management Effectiveness Monitoring
Nicholas has over 20 years of marine resource management experience in management effectiveness monitoring methodology and advisory service on cross-sectoral issues relating to climate change and impacts to coastal areas, vulnerability and establishment and conservation of terrestrial and marine protected areas. He was formerly Ocean Conservancy’s Caribbean Ecosystems Program Director in the U.S. Virgin Islands Field Office. He holds a masters’ degree in Coastal Biology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and over the years, Nick has worked with marine parks and protected areas across the Eastern Caribbean. He has represented institutions and agencies such as the University of the West Indies, the Caribbean Conservation Association, the BVI National Parks Trust and The Nature Conservancy.
Nick has been involved in a wide range of marine conservation-related roles, including training, advocacy, planning, management and administration of Caribbean MPA’s. While he was Director of the BVI National Parks Trust, he served on the BVI’s National Tourism Development Strategy Implementation Committee. More recently, Nick has been a key player in the establishment of the East End Marine Park, on St. Croix, the first territorial marine park in the U.S.V.I. and was the Chair of the East End Marine Park’s Advisory Committee.