Saskia has been involved in nearly every aspect of Sea Alarm’s work, guiding projects and sharing her expertise with clients and colleagues. Her unique experience and networks within the oil spill response industry (via OSRL) and governmental oil spill response agency EMSA have contributed a lot to Sea Alarm’s international credibility and role within the global oil spill response industry and European governmental oil spill preparedness networks. Congratulations, Saskia.
Paul Kelway has been with Sea Alarm since early 2013, working from the US for a year. He is now based in our Brussels office where he will continue his work with key oiled wildlife response NGOs from around the world. His role will be to augment existing international response cooperation and develop a stronger infrastructure for integrated response at a global level. His move to Brussels has strengthened the team on many fronts bringing into the mix Paul’s unique experience in wildlife emergency response from working with various organisations such as EarthKind, IFAW and International Bird Rescue. Welcome to Brussels, Paul.