Eva Ramey BA ’15
Eva Ramey BA ’15, a marine stewardship and monitoring specialist for the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, joined a team of researchers for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Iconic Reefs mission. The project involves the restoration of seven key portions of coral reefs in the Florida Keys sanctuary. Ananda Ellis BA ’09, a marine stewardship and monitoring specialist for the sanctuary, heads up the mission.
Eva Ramey BA ’15 led a student group from the Watershed School of Boulder, Colorado, on a trip to Hawai‘i. While there, the group visited Jack’s Diving Locker, where they learned about manta rays and were guided through a snorkel and scuba lesson by Keller Laros BA ’85.
Eva Ramey BA ’15 is a teacher for the Traveling School, a nonprofit based in Bozeman, Montana, that seeks to empower young women through an experiential overseas high school semester. She spent the fall semester in southern Africa.