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An introduction to the Marine Mammal Commission: Jackie Shaff

Knauss fellows have the unique opportunity to work in federal positions focused on the national policy surrounding ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources.

2023 Washington Sea Grant fellow Jackie Shaff, shares an overview of the Marine Mammal Commission and the important work they do to bridge science and policy for the protection and conservation of marine mammals for generations to come.

Knauss Fellowship applications are being accepted by Sea Grant programs until February 15, 2024. Learn about the 2025 opportunity and how you can apply: seagrant.noaa.gov/prospective/

Jackie Shaff

Jackie Shaff

Science, Policy & Communications Knauss Fellow
Marine Mammal Commission

Learn more about Washington Sea Grant and how its work serves coastal communities in Washington and beyond.

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