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UBELIZEABLUE DOCUMENTARY | COMING IN 2024

Unbelizeablue is a "new documentary that follows a multigenerational group of inspiring women leaders striving to protect the world’s second largest coral reef system."

 

The documentary features the work that Reef Conservation International (ReefCI) does spearing invasive lionfish and highlights the impact ReefCI has on the Belize Barrier Reef. 

Lost in the Blue Documentary Photo

LOST IN THE BLUE DOCUMENTARY | COMING SOON IN 2023

Lost in the Blue is a documentary all about Reef Conservation International's program. The documentary features the experience from a guest's perspective and showcases efforts all around Belize to mitigate lionfish from eating it in restaurants to making jewelry out of it.

The crew interviewed local artisans, ReefCI crew members, and volunteers to capture the program.

REEF CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL ARTICLE | JANUARY 2023

In Reef Conservation International's January 2023 article, the program recaps its accomplishments in 2022 under Abby's leadership. 

The article highlights the number of invasive lionfish removed, baby turtles hatched, and marine conservation presentations given on Tom Owen's Caye in the Sapodilla Caye Marine Reserve.

ReefCI Blog Post
The New Yorker Article

THE NEW YORKER MAGAZINE ARTICLE | SEPTEMBER 2022

Reef Conservation International's program was recognized in the popular magazine, The New Yorker under Abby's leadership.

Author, D. T. Max, recognizes ReefCI as "the foremost environmental organization to endorse lionfish hunting" in the article about killing invasive species

LIONFISH PODCAST | AUGUST 2021

Abby is featured in an episode of the Lionfish Podcast talking about her position at Reef Conservation International. 

 

ReefCI's lionfish mitigation program is highlighted through interviewees stories from episodes 1 through 11.  

Lionfish Podcast Banner
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SENIOR SERVICE LEADERSHIP AWARD | APRIL 2021

Abby received an award for "Service to the Local Community" from Miami University. The award is given to "students who enhanced the quality of life beyond the University through activities, services, and/or special projects on or off campus, in Oxford and beyond." 

She received the award as a result of her work for World Creativity & Innovation Week/Day (WCIW/D). Abby was pivotal in the United Nations recognized event and the organization's development at Miami. 

FULBRIGHT | FEBRUARY 2021

Abby was announced to Miami University via Global Initiatives News as a semifinalist in the 2021-2022 Fulbright U.S. Student competition. She applied to be an English teaching assistant in Malaysia.

Fulbright Announcement
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MUN IMPACT MAGAZINE | JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2021

Abby can be seen on the front cover of MUN Impact Community Magazine in February 2021. Reef Conservation International is also highlighted in the January 2021 issue. Andrew Newman, Article author and MUN Impact Director, volunteered at ReefCI alongside Abby in 2021.

REEF CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL ARTICLE | OCTOBER 2020

In Reef Conservation International's October 2020 article, the program announces its new educational marine conservation presentation program.

The article references Abby's work updating the program with Anthony Saner, ReefCI's Director.

ReefCI Article - October 2022
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WORLD CREATIVITY & INNOVATION WEEK/DAY ARTICLE | APRIL 2020

Abby was interviewed in an article about World Creativity & Innovation Week/Day (WCIW/D) at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

 

The Farmer School of Business article discusses the organization's resilience in the situation moving the global United Nations event from physical to virtual. 

WALK ALONG ARTICLE | OCTOBER 2018

Abby's Startup Weekend winning pitch was celebrated in the Farmer School of Business news. The article discusses the challenge and recognizes Walk Along, Abby's team, as the winning team.

FSB News | Walk Along
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