Global Outreach Director
Sierra Phillips is a Dive Master, DSD Instructor, National Geographic Educator, and Marine Mammal Conservationist out of California. She has been involved with ocean conservation projects since childhood and has run ocean conservation programs in Hawaii, Solomon Islands, and Thailand. Since 2016 Sierra has been a United Nations Delegate, speaking at the CSW and other UN related conferences on topics related to Sex Education, Refugees, Preservation of Indigenous Cultures, and Environmental Conservation. Sierra is now a M.P.S. Exploration Science student at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. She hopes to continue her work with marine biomedical robotics and shark conservation.