As program manager, Mary Randolph works with Seacology’s worldwide network of field representatives to develop and monitor Seacology-funded projects. A highlight of the job is visiting island communities across the globe that are striving to protect their local environments.
Mary has had a lifelong fascination with the natural world, especially its wildlife. She earned a B.S. in ethology and evolutionary biology at the University of Illinois, and her interest in environmental policy led her to law school at the University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall). While there, she served as an editor on the environmental law review Ecology Law Quarterly and worked for the National Wildlife Federation. She came to Seacology from Nolo, a mission-driven publisher of plain-English legal materials for nonlawyers, where she oversaw the editorial and production departments.
Mary loves just being outdoors, but especially when she gets to hike, backpack, or snorkel. Inside, she’s happiest reading, knitting, or baking. She’s served on local nonprofit boards and as a volunteer at various animal shelters and with groups helping the homeless.
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