I am a native of Grenada, currently pursuing my master’s degree in an environmental science program at Arkansas State University (ASU). I have a B.Sc. from St. George’s University, Grenada where I majored in biology (marine, wildlife and conservation). My master’s thesis aims to determine the cause of seabird population declines in the Grenadine islands of Grenada. My coursework (e.g., biological data analysis, environmental law and administration, etc.) is providing me with the knowledge I need to conduct research and pursue a career in environmental conservation. As a graduate student, I am deepening my knowledge in the conservation field while using integrated, quantitative, and multidisciplinary approaches to solve conservation problems. I have received training in field surveys and research techniques and already have extensive experience surveying seabirds and working with communities. My extracurricular activities include outreach through various student groups (e.g., Avian Ecology Club, and Wildlife Club) and building knowledge through professional forums in conservation (i.e., conferences, and research symposiums). I wish to pursue a career in natural resource conservation, a field that is not well represented in Grenada. I am passionate about Grenada’s amazing bird life and biodiversity and concerned about human-caused threats to these irreplaceable resources. My career goal is to advocate for the conservation of nature in Grenada by using science to support sound conservation management decisions.