Katharine Deuel

Katharine Deuel
Katharine Deuel
Senior Officer
Conserving Life in Canada’s Oceans
The Pew Charitable Trusts

Katharine Deuel helps lead Pew’s marine conservation efforts north of Boston, focusing on protecting endangered marine mammals and implementing fisheries reforms and habitat protections in Canada’s Atlantic provinces. She has worked with Pew’s New England team and diverse stakeholders to ensure sustainable management of herring, menhaden, and other forage fish; protect deep-sea corals and other offshore habitat areas; and sustain New England’s iconic cod fishery.

Before joining Pew, Deuel worked for the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, developing media and communications plans for exhibits, educational programs, and marine policy initiatives.

Deuel holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Wesleyan University and a master’s in sustainability and environmental management from the Harvard Extension School.

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