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About Katie Grudecki

 


 

Katie has been living on the island of Bimini since 2003 and has worked at Bimini Sands since 2007.

 

Originally from Minnesota, she moved to Bimini in August 2003 and spent 4 years managing the Bimini Biological Field Station. During her stay at the lab she helped catch, tag and release hundreds of sharks and rays around Bimini and Florida.     

 

Before coming to Bimini, she volunteered in Honduras for 5 months in 2003 some of the projects included helping an impoverished family build a home in La Esperanza, teaching conservation to elementary aged children in the schools on the island of Utila and educating local dive shops on environmentally sound SCUBA and boating practices on the reefs of Utila.

 

Katie has participated in educating the local children on Bimini about shark and other wildlife on Bimini and why it is important to protect the environment. She has also given presentations on conservation in local churches on Bimini.

 

Katie graduated with a B.A. in Global Studies Environment and Sustainable Development from the University of Minnesota in 2002.

 

You can reach Katie directly at the Activities Center below.

 

 

 

Katie with Tiger shark

 

   
             
 

 

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