Elizabeth Silleck

Senior Conservation Manager, Gulf of Mexico Oceans Program

Work

Areas of expertise:
Environmental Policy, Marine Conservation, Fisheries Management

Elizabeth analyzes and advances fisheries management policies in the Gulf of Mexico aimed at ensuring long-term resource sustainability, efficiency and industry stability.

Background

Elizabeth has diverse experience leading environmental and natural resource initiatives, including fisheries management advocacy campaigns, coastal and estuarine habitat conservation programs, clean energy development programs and community sustainability projects. Most recently, Elizabeth served as the Public Outreach Manager for the Sarasota Bay Estuary Program and Senior Outreach Associate for the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Mid-Atlantic Oceans work.

Education

Juris Doctor & Certificate of Environmental Law, Pace University School of Law