As a marine ecologist, science communicator, and explorer, Maeva is passionate about connecting people to the ocean, using education and filmmaking as tools. She recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Education and Communication at Royal Roads University (2015). Prior to that, she completed a Masters in marine ecology (Univ. of Victoria, 2012), and a BSc. in biology (Univ. of Quebec in Montreal, 2007). She has been involved in a diversity of projects related to marine science, outreach and education, including: Fish Eye Project Live Dives, Polar Knowledge Canada Arctic bulletins, Arctic film workshops with youth, coastal community monitoring, University Antarctic expedition, ShoreZone Coastal Mapping by helicopter using imagery, marine ecology surveys in the Arctic on board an Icebreaker, studying deep-sea ecosystems off Vancouver Island using video and sonar, etc. She is excited to bring her passion for ocean conservation and outreach to Pacific Wild in support of their Great Bear Sea campaigns.