Candice Brittain, MSc


Candice is a marine scientist and educator, with over a decade of experience in community engagement. Her expertise lies in forging partnerships to integrate communities with research, education, conservation, and sustainability initiatives. At the core of her approach is a steadfast commitment to prioritising people’s needs and well-being to find solutions to environmental challenges. She works with stakeholders and increases resource user participation in research and conservation. 


Candice is a seasoned educator. She is responsible for crafting educational content and facilitating mentorship opportunities aimed at supporting the upcoming generation of marine scientists. Additionally, she plays a vital role in disseminating our research discoveries to both resource users and the wider public, making the realm of science more accessible.


Candice holds a Master’s degree in Biology and a BSc (Hons) in Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology. In 2015, she was selected for the prestigious Kinship Conservation Fellows programme, which emphasises market-based solutions to conservation challenges. Additionally, Candice is an Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment (AGRRA) Trainer, PADI Divemaster, RYA Powerboat Level 2 operator, Emergency First Response Instructor, DAN Diving First Aid for Professional Divers Instructor, and Wilderness First Responder.



We create and manage coral restoration practices within organizations and businesses throughout The Bahamas and the Caribbean. Our goal is to help organizations and businesses see how coral restoration benefits the educational, recreational, economic and scientific agendas of the entire region.