Prior to EDF, Sam worked at the U.S. Green Building Council on the major conference and events team and at Oceana supporting communications and legislative efforts on illegal fishing and seafood fraud. She received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Creative Writing from Colby College.
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