Jennifer Skilbred is an environmental advocate for the Group for the East End. She is a Sag Harbor native who earned her B.S. in earth and environmental science from Lehigh University, where she concentrated on aquatic ecology. After a brief internship at the Peconic Baykeeper, she earned an M.E.M. in coastal environmental management from Duke University. While at Duke, she interned at Woods Hole (where she studied coastal management plans for the Yellow Sea) and taught environmental education in Durham schools. Before coming to the Group for the East End, she worked on an inter-organizational project at World Wildlife Fund to improve marine-protected areas worldwide.
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