Caleb McClennen

Caleb directs WCS’ global marine conservation efforts to improve fisheries management, establish effective marine reserves and mitigate the impact of industry to conserve some of the world’s most important marine biodiversity in the waters of over 20 countries across all five oceans. Currently also serving as and Adjunct Professor at Columbia University’s School for International and Pulica Affairs, Caleb has served as an Environmental Advisor to the Republic of the Marshall Islands, a GIS analyst and marine scientist. Caleb holds an undergraduate degree from Middlebury College in Environmental Studies and Geography and a Masters and PhD from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in International Environmental Policy and Development Economics.