Senior Marine Ecologist

Emily Hazelwood, MAS

Emily is an experienced environmental scientist specializing in conservation, biological monitoring, public outreach, impact assessment reports, as well as project management and development. Emily’s diverse background has honed her skills in research and problem solving enabling her to meet terrestrial and marine environmental consulting needs. She has over 12 years experience conducting both international and domestic environmental impact assessments, with a unique focus on offshore oil and gas development and decommissioning. She specializes in ecological evaluations of offshore resources, kelp forests and wetland restoration projects, and biodiversity baseline management studies. Emily holds a Master’s in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation from the Scripps Institute of Oceanography and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Connecticut College.

Emily's Certifications

• Explorer's Club: Southern California Chapter Member
• Dive Certifications: AAUS Science Diver Certified, PADI Diver Master, NAUI Advanced Open Water, NAUI Rescue Diver, NAUI Nitrox, NAUI Dry Suit, DAN 02 Administration


Emily's Awards

• American Conservation Coalition: 30 under 30 The Green Generation, 2019
• Forbes Top 30 under 30 in the Energy Sector, 2018
• High Country Magazine, Named Top 10 Under 30 Making a Difference in the West
• Origin Magazine: Top 100 Ocean Heroes & Eco Rockstars
• Tribeca Film Festival: Disruptive Leadership Honoree 2016