Sarah Doudera graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2012 with a Bachelors degree in Marine Biology. Following graduation Sarah went on to co-found a state wide community-supported fishery, New Hampshire Community Seafood, connecting the state’s fishermen directly to the consumer. In Summer 2019 she began the Professional Science Masters Program in UMaine’s School of Marine Sciences with a focus on aquaculture studies and working waterfronts. Thanks to her PSM internship, she has experience with the development, governance and management of large, interdisciplinary science teams, particularly those associated with Maine’s EPSCoR program. Sarah resides in Hope, Maine with her husband Matthew and dog Marlin.