Researcher biography

Keila is a Research Assistant in the Klein research group. Her work aims to understand how social equity in the planning and execution of incentive-based conservation interventions influences human wellbeing. She is also interested in how to optimise fisheries through the management of vegetated coastal habitats such as mangroves and seagrasses. She grew up in Vancouver, Canada, and has a BSc Hons in Marine Biology and Political Science from the University of British Columbia.