Fish and Wildlife Biologist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
American, living in Guam, USA
Toni is a biologist in the Pacific Islands Fish and Wildlife Office with a focus on rare, threatened and endangered species in the Mariana Islands. Her background in conservation biology has covered both terrestrial and marine systems with a soft spot for island ecology, where the overlap of these systems are essentially indistinguishable. Previous experience in research, natural resources management, science policy at both the state and national level, and science communication has given Toni broad experience to concentrate on collaborative approaches that effectively recover many species in the Marianas and restore ecosystem function.