Director, Fisheries in Transition
Stephanie Bradley is a Director of Fisheries in Transition on the WWF-US Oceans Team. Stephanie joined WWF in 2011 and leads the strategic development and effective management and implementation of the WWF-US’ fisheries in transition program and creates linkages to sustainable sourcing strategies developed for WWF’s corporate partners. In this role, Stephanie is responsible for coordinating with WWF Network offices, as well as other NGOs and industry acting as the in-country FIP leads and determining how WWF’s corporate partners can engage in the specific FIPs.
Stephanie has worked for 15 years in the sustainable seafood movement having worked for the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program prior to joining WWF. In her time at the Aquarium, she managed the generation of fisheries content used by consumers and businesses Stephanie has a B.S in Marine Biology from UNC-Wilmington and a master’s degree in coastal environmental management from Duke University.
“I work to protect oceans because they are critical to life – providing the air we breathe, water for life on earth, and food and livelihoods for hundreds of millions of people.”
More on Stephanie
- Master’s of Coastal Environmental Management, Duke University
- Bachelor of Science, Marine Biology, University of North Carolina - Wilmington
Areas of Expertise
- Fishery improvement projects
- Fisheries science
- Capacity building