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Water Women

Water Women

By Water Women
A podcast for and about women involved in the oceans in some way, ocean sciences, ocean lifestyle, all of it! If you're a fan of the oceans, listen in every week for something new about the ocean life!
Check out our Website at waterwomenpodcast.ca or our socials @ WaterWomenPodcast
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37. Captaining an Ecological & Educational Life - Rachel Crane
Rachel is a Marine Ecologist, PADI Master Scuba Instructor, and USCG 100-ton licensed Captain living  in the Florida Keys.  She works as an independent contractor in a variety of roles, she is a captain for the Coral Restoration Foundation and travels the world and work as a naturalist/undersea specialist/expedition diver aboard Lindblad Expedition and National Geographic vessels (when there isn’t a global pandemic), and is the the head of the training department for Diveheart, a scuba diving training agency that focuses on getting children, adults, and veterans with disabilities scuba diving. Educating and presenting on anything ocean science is Rachels aim in all her jobs. she loves love taking hard-core research and disseminating it into an easily understood form that is both accessible to many education levels and elicits conversation!  Basically, Rachel is REALLY cool!!  You can check more on her instagram: chasinsumr As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
56:16
September 28, 2020
36. Scientific Communication & Sharks! - Hannah Rudd
Hannah's love for the ocean lead her to pursue scientific communication as her passion, sharing information about sharks of course!  In this episode Jill and Hannah talk about sharks and why their conservation is important and how you can protect them!  Check out more from Hannah on her instagram: @hannahrudd_wildlife  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
39:11
September 21, 2020
35. Creating Cetacean Conservation - Joëlle De Weerdt
VISIT WATERWOMENPODCAST.CA/SHOP TO GET YOUR WATER WOMEN PODCAST STICKERS!!!  Joëlle is a Belgian marine marine biologist pursuing a PhD in Marine biology at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. She started her career as a marine mammal biologist in 2010 and started her own research project with the non-profit organization Association ELI-S (@Eli.scientific) she founded in 2016. The Cetacean conservation project of Nicaragua is a community-based conservation project based on a scientific program that gathers baseline data on whales and dolphins occurring along the pacific coast of Nicaragua (Central America). Implying local communities in her project is, according to her, essential for environmental conservation. With her PhD she wants to understand population dynamics, distribution and habitat use patterns of cetaceans and especially humpback whales. In this episode Jill and Joelle talk all about Joelles interesting path to her PhD, and some difficulty faced along the way!  Check out more from Joelle: (@Joelle.DW) As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
42:16
September 14, 2020
34. This is SEALLY Cool!!! - Karli Rice Chudeau
Check out this link for an AWESOME opportunity to get Caitlins marine conservation course: https://eco-consciousdiver.teachable.com/?affcode=630152_tqsywvxi Karli is a PhD student at UCDavis where she is working at the nexus of animal welfare and conservation with non-profit organizations and facilities to improve behavioural development and improve survival of animals that are in need of protection and support! By studying these behaviours, Karli's aim with this is  to provide these seals with enrichment rehabilitation that makes an easier transition from rehab back into their natural environment!  Check out more from Karli on her twitter: @karliricechudeau  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
40:39
September 7, 2020
33. It's a Whale? It's a Shark? It's a Whale Shark! - Chloe Darwinn
Chloe works with the Maldives Whale Shark Research project helping to carry out whale shark surveys with volunteers, process the data and carrying out public engagement activities with our local island community! Chloe and the MWSRP are studying a very unique resident population of whale sharks in the Maldives! In this episode Chloe dives in to talk about what work they are doing, why its important, and helps us better understand WHAT is a whale shark??  Check out more from Chloe: @Chloe_darwinn  Check out this link for an AWESOME opportunity to get Caitlins marine conservation course: https://eco-consciousdiver.teachable.com/?affcode=630152_tqsywvxi As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
44:03
August 31, 2020
32. Dr. Kelpy's Guide to Ocean Literature - Dr. Kelly Bushnell
Dr. Kelly Bushnell is a teacher and school of ocean literature, history and culture! She spends her time trying to educate student and people as to why the ocean plays such an integral role in our lives by focusing on past works of historic literature and relating it to the ocean. She is also an avid water woman and spend PLENTY of time in around an advocating for the oceans & creatures in them!  Learn more and follow along with Kelly @dr.Kelpy As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
42:54
August 24, 2020
31. Dolphins in the Cove - Molly Gray
Molly fell in love with dolphins at a very young age, so when she found out about the horrors of dolphins in captivity, and the behind the scenes of how they get there she decided to dedicate her life to help show the truth behind it. Now working with the Rick O'barry dolphin project Molly wants to help make people aware of what these dolphins go through and the brutal capturing of them that occurs in Taiji, Japan.  You can learn more at: https://www.dolphinproject.com  Follow along with Molly: mgray95  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
39:45
August 17, 2020
30. The Blackfish Effect - Bianca Uyen
Bianca has spent lots of time in and on the water and found her passion in being a scientific communicator and loved sharing the background of science to people and helping them understand what was happening in the water and decided to pursue a master in wildlife filmography so she could share science and her passion. Her first major film created focuses on the effects that the major feature film BLACKFISH had in regards to the outlook humans have n cetaceans in captivity. You can find more from Bianca here: @Bianca_Uyen As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
38:51
August 10, 2020
29. Meet Our Intern!! - Kelly Morgan!
Todays Episode features the newest member of the Water Women Team! Kelly has been interning with water women for a month now, and has been an essential part of getting everything ready for each episode and reaching out to different women. This podcast would absolutely not be possible without the help of Kelly and I am SO excited to introduce her to you!! You can check out Kelly on her social media: @kellyannemorgan Find Kellys Art here: https://filmbykelly.wixsite.com/kellyannemorgan As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
38:49
August 3, 2020
28. What Makes a Reef Intelligent?? - Emily Higgins
Emily is part of the Reef Life foundation, who is working to create moderns intelligent reefs to help stimulate the growth of coral by using different material, and in some cases make it interactive!! How Cool!  learn more about reef life at their website HERE: https://www.reeflifefoundation.org  and their social media: @reeflifefoundation  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
36:53
July 27, 2020
27. Understanding Ecotoxicology Using Fish! - Rose Santana
Rose spends her time in the lab trying to better understand what impacts copper is having on the ecosystems by using fish and studying how they react to different dosages of it!  In this episode listen as Jill and Rose discuss her path to science and talk about some hilarious mishaps along the way!!  Check Rose out on social media: @Scie.co  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
41:30
July 20, 2020
26. Capturing the Beauty Below! - Inka Cresswell
Inka has been a water women for as long as she can remember. What started as a way to practice her buoyancy while diving soon turned into a lifelong passion for Inka to pursue! Since discovering her love for oceanographic photography and videography, Inka has gone on to work with large streaming services to show the beauty of the world below the waves!  Learn more about Inka on her website: https://www.inkacresswell.com or her social media: @InkaCresswell  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
27:25
July 13, 2020
25. Sharks as Tourists and Turtles with Lights!!- Carlee Jackson
Joined today by grad student Carlee Jackson, Jill discusses Carlees two main focuses, her work with tGumbo Limbo as a sea turtle specialist, and in the se turtle hospital, and her grad studies focusing on eco-tourisms impacts on sharks!  Check out MISS here: misselasmo.org  @miss_elasmo Follow Carlee!!! @carleemj_  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
30:58
July 6, 2020
24. Mermaids fighting against plastic! - Tamara Adame
Born and raised in a fishing village on the coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico, Tamara grew up in the water and experienced nature since a very young age and has been in the water all my life! Tamara started teaching diving in 2014, became aware that most divers, including guides and instructors, didn't know much about the ocean and its inhabitants and there was a huge lack in connecting people to the environment they visit when diving, so I went on to found my first scuba business MANATUS, a dive school based on using scuba to teach environmental science and conservation. She became interested in plastic pollution a few years back after a tragic visit to the reef where a massive arrival of plastic happened. That was the start of her journey into documentary film, without knowing it, That's where I met Sylvia Johnson and were we first talked about the Mermaids project. As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
42:15
June 29, 2020
23. What We Can Learn From Marine Mammals. - Dr. Claire Simeone
Claire is a large mammal vet, and in this episode, talks all about how we can learn more about our mental health from marine mammals. She also talks about the exciting Times she had working as a vet, and all about her new company!  Check out more on Claire on her Website: https://clairesimeone.com Or social Medias: @drclairesimeone  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
50:31
June 22, 2020
22. The Sirene Project! - Leoni Dickerhoff
Leoni channels her passion for conservation and ocean love into celebrating other amazing ladies who share the passion in her project "The Sirene Project".  After growing up away from the ocean and never finding herself interested in it, Leoni was gifted a book which changed her life in relation to the ocean and followed her newfound love to California to study, eventually finding that sciences weren't for her, but became deeply involved with conservation efforts. In the midst of all of the corona down time, her passion project "The Sirene Project was born!"  Check out the story times and the ladies here: https://www.thesireneproject.com  Social media :  @thesireneproject  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
37:28
June 15, 2020
21. Totally Turtley Obsessed!! - Melissa Staines
Check out Stream2Sea.com for all your eco friendly sunscreen needs!!  In todays episode Jill talk with Melissa who is a PhD student studying turtles, and their migration and population dynamics! Learn how temperature can affect the gender of a turtle, and how that is being manipulated to ensure population safety!!  Check out Melissas on instagram: miss_turtley_obsessed  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
45:09
June 8, 2020
20. Plastic Albatrosses and Other Grocery Bag Animals!! - Jamie Nakatani
Please research how and where you can help with the BLM movement in North America.  Jamie is SO Cool! She recycles used plastic bags into mini creatures that she sells! The proceeds from these sales go toward awesome organisations! Jamie also explains what microplastics are and why we should be concerned!!  Follow along with Jamie @theplasticalbatross and purchase her animals here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/JYNcreations As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
24:21
June 1, 2020
19. Mothers of Ocean Ambassadors! - Madyson Miller & Michaela Farnham
A double feature today with TWO guests instead of one! Meet Madyson and Michaela, they're in charge of the lead ambassador program for Women in Ocean Science and work together to coordinate over 60 women at different universities!  Todays episode covers everything from what they do in their school and programs, to how they run the ambassador programs and how you can join! Make sure to follow them on their social medias:  @madyloveswhales and @Michael4341  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
27:06
May 25, 2020
18. Eco-Conscious Ocean Advocates!! - Caitlin McCall
Todays episode features ocean advocate Caitlin McCall who uses her social media platform, and dive experience to help advocate for our oceans and their well being- listen to the episode to find out how!  Follow along with Caitlin @seacaitlinmccall and check out her podcast at https://www.eco-consciousdiver.com As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
30:52
May 18, 2020
17. Humpbacks and High-Rises! - Sarah McCulloch
In this episode, Jill chats with her friend Sarah chat about how Sarah became interested in Marine biology, and their shared passion over whales. They also talk about how they met while Jill interned with Humpbacks and High-Rises, a not for profit group in Queensland Australia who focuses on researching behaviour and ecology of humpback whales and other Marine species around the area using citizen science!  Follow along with Sarah @Sarah_mccolloch on instagram and with HHR on Facebook @Humpbacks and Highrises and instagram @humpbacks_and_highrises As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
31:56
May 11, 2020
16. Northern Ireland has SHARKS? - Heidi Mcilvenny
On todays podcast, Jill is joined by Heidi Mcilvenny, who is a shark conservationist working with sea deep in Northern Ireland. NI may not be the first place you think of when you think sharks, but it has its own diverse ecosystem of them! Follow along with Heidi @heidi_mcilvenny and with sea deep @seadeepni As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
30:22
May 4, 2020
15. Why we need to listen to our whales - Vanessa Zobell
Vanessa is a second year PhD student, who listens to whales! On todays episode, Vanessa chats about why listening to whales is important, what impact the shipping noises around them have on them and how she is trying to help! You may also get to hear a humpback whale song!  Follow along with Vanessas Research on Instagram @Vanessa__Zobell and on her linkedin!  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty! Sponsorships: off for this episode
29:04
April 27, 2020
14. The Marine Diaries! - Rebecca Daniel
Rebecca is the co-founder of the global organization "The Marine Diaries". Her orangization focuses on outreach and introducing people to the idea of being a voice for the ocean! In todays episode, Rebecca talks all about how the marine diaries started, what its goal is, their major campaigns and how YOU can get involved!  Make sure to follow the marine diaries on all of their social media:  Instagram: @themarinediaries Facebook: @Themarinediaries Twitter: @themarinediary  And on their website and youtube! The Marine Diaries!  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
27:50
April 20, 2020
13. The Wonderful Facebook World of Women in Ocean Science - Mads St. Clair Baker
Mads St. Clair Baker is the founded of the MASSIVE Women in Ocean Science facebook page that joins together womens in all different aspects of marine science!  You can follow Mads on all social medias: @Mads_ocean As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
42:34
April 13, 2020
12. How to Love the Oceans! - Francesca Trotman
Francesca Trotman sits down with Jill to discuss her foundation " Love the Oceans" and what they are doing to help and spread love of the ocean, including creating a new MPA!  You can find out more about the Love the Oceans here: https://lovetheoceans.org And their Social Medias @lovetheoceans  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
30:45
April 6, 2020
11. Let's talk about COVID19. - Hannah Wallace
Virology PhD student Hannah Wallace joins Jill today to share the facts of COVID 19 and present it in a digestible manner. It's a scary time but it's not al bad!!  You can find Hannah on instagram: @hannahlouwallance or email her @ hlwallace@mun.ca  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
28:22
March 30, 2020
10. Archaeology isn't just on land! - Jessica Irwin
Did you know there is such thing as underwater archeologists? Today, Jessica Irwins explains all about what underwater archeology is and why its so important to understand our past!  Jessicas instagram: @archaeomama  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
33:36
March 23, 2020
9. What is Paleoceanography? - Kelsey Koerner
There's more to ocean science than biology? On todays Jill learns from her friend Kelsey all about paleoceanography, what it is and how Kelsey uses sediment samples to learn how the climate has changed in the past to better predict how it will change in the future! Kelsey explains how she discovered this, and share some cool stories of her time on the water!  Follow along with Kelsey's academic journey on her twitter: @Koernerkelsey or instagram: @Kelseykoerner  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
50:23
March 16, 2020
8. What is an oceanographer? - Kim Davies
Today, one of Jill's favourite professors sits down to tell Jill all about what exactly an oceanographer does, how she got into it and why its important!  You can follow along with Kim on her twitter: @kim_davies12 As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
28:08
March 9, 2020
7. Sharks REALLY aren't that bad! - Melissa Marquez
Talking about all things Sharks and Crocs, and Latina representation is Melissa Marquez, who has found herself traveling globally to research Chondrichthyes! Melissa has spoken publicly not only about the research she does, but why she feels its important to have representation in STEM of diverse women, a subject she and Jill dive deeper into on todays podcast!  Check Melissa out  Instagram: @melissachristinamarquez Twitter: @mcmsharksxx Website: https://melissacristinamarquez.weebly.com As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty! 
34:03
March 2, 2020
6. Saved by the Whale! - Nan Hauser
Nan Hauser has been Jill's whale biologist inspiration and long time hero, and here she is on the Podcast! Nan and Jill talk today about all things whale, including how Nan turned nursing into whale biology, raising her kids on the ocean, the research done at the Centre for Cetaceans Research and Conservation that Nan founded, and most importantly, Nan's insane dive with a Humpback whale who rescued her from a Tiger Shark!!  You can learn more about Nan on her website: http://whaleresearch.org  or instagram/Twitter/Facebook: @nanhauser  Check out the video of her being saved here: https://www.thedodo.com/in-the-wild/whale-protects-diver-from-tiger-shark As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
59:45
February 24, 2020
5. The Truth About Shark Nets... - Holly Richmond
Holly Richmond, a marine biologist and ocean lover, chats with Jill about how her passion for the sea helped to develop a documentary that brings the dark side of shark nets to light. Listen to Holly and Jill discuss the wonders of the ocean, as well as the threat to the animals that lies just off the shore... Watch the documentary here: https://vimeo.com/354361839 Instagram: @thesharknetfilm // @hollyrichmond_ As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
38:35
February 17, 2020
4. Women in Science: A Student's Perspective - Kaitlin Casey
Today Jill gets to chat with one of her Best Friends - Kaitlin Casey. After meeting at UNB Saint John, and sharing their passion for marine biology, these two young ocean lovers were friends for life. In this podcast, Kaitlin talks about her recently started masters, and the girls discuss what is like being a young female science student, where to find support, and also the best scuba diving in Newfoundland!  Kaitlins Instagram: @ktlnkc  As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty!
22:30
February 10, 2020
3. Let's Talk about Fish, Baby - Lauren Rowsey
Lauren Rowsey, a Ph.D student at UNB - Saint John, chats with Jill about what she does for her schooling, and how she got to be a Water Woman - including camps, diving, sailing, surfing, and turning a masters into a Ph.D!   Laurens Twitter: @Rowdyscience Lauren Website: https://www.laurenrowsey.com As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty! 
31:35
February 3, 2020
2. Coral Baby Mommas and Gamete Snow? - Liv Williamson
Chatting with Jill today is Liv Williamson, a PhD student from the University of Miami who specialises in Corals, Coral Reefs. Liv shares why she's passionate about these corals, how she got into it, and why you should care too!! Liv also shares some of her favourite moments in the water, which may or may not include sperm and eggs snowing at night?  You can find Liv on her website: https://www.livwilliamson.com Instagram: @liv_in_the_moment  and  twitter @livwilliamson As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.weebly.com  Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod  Stay Salty! 
43:57
January 27, 2020
1. Water, and Sharks, and Whales OH MY - Nicole Leavitt Kennedy
Today Jill chats with her boss and friend Nicole Leavitt Kennedy about what it's like growing up near the water, and how that contributed her growing up to fall into ocean sciences what she does now while working for her family owned business of Island Quest Marine whale watch and St. Andrews Sport-fishing and most importantly her shark tagging research!  You can find the Island Quest and St Andrews Sport Fishing on social media here:  https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=62722301431&ref=br_rs and  https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=210081739034619&ref=br_rs As always the social media for the show can be found on Instagram @Waterwomenpodcast, twitter @waterwomenpod and Facebook @waterwomenpodcast  Give us a follow and Reach out!!  Stay Salty! 
31:36
January 20, 2020
Teaser Episode
Welcome to the teaser episode of Water Women! Here, host and creator Jill explains why she started this podcast and what she wants it to be! Stick around to hear more from some amazing Water Women!  - Stay Salty! 
01:35
January 12, 2020