Jeniece Germain

Jeniece Germain

Jeniece Germain is a marine ecologist with a keen interest in research. Jeniece completed her undergraduate degree in Environmental and Natural Resource Management at the University of the West Indies (UWI) St. Augustine Campus. It was during her undergraduate studies that Jeniece developed a love for research as she conducted an original study on heavy metals in chip-chip. Jeniece also holds an MPhil in Ecology (High Commendation) from the UWI Cave Hill Campus. For her MPhil, Jeniece investigated the long-term habitat use of cleaner gobies. In addition to research, Jeniece also has a passion for science education and outreach which was sparked during her years volunteering at the El Socorro Centre for Wildlife Conservation and teaching practical sessions at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Barbados. Jeniece was also one of the key contributors to the Ecovybz “Caribbean Ocean Perspectives” magazine and is excited to continue uniting her passions to aid marine conservation in the region and beyond.

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