Amber Dawn earned a Bachelor's degree in Marine Affairs and Policy with a focus in Ecosystem Science, and continued on to higher education endeavors, pursuing a Master's in Marine Ecosystems and Society with a focus in Aquaculture. Her thesis focused on "The Relationship Between Egg and Broodstock Size of Cobia (Rachycentron Canadum) as an Implications for Spawning Techniques in Aquaculture". She has also participated in other research topics including her undergraduate research in "Effluence Control through Engineered Landscaping" and her high school research in "False Bottom Floor Engineering Alternatives for Marine Mammal Medical Pools". Amber Dawn has been chosen as a biology instructor for the advanced Miami-Dade Schools STEM instructor program 'TEACh Strong'. She hopes to one day work on the hill as an environmental specialist and eventually sit on an international convention panel as a policy maker, working to protect our global fish and marine mammal stocks.
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