At six years old, Carlee Jackson read her first book on sharks and fell in love. Today, she is a marine biologist, environmental educator, and science communicator. Carlee researches how human activities affect shark behavior, and also helps protect sea turtle nests along Florida’s beaches. Carlee is co-founder and Director of Communications for Minorities in Shark Sciences (MISS), an organization promoting diversity and inclusivity in shark sciences. She is passionate about marine biology and loves everything about the ocean!