BMMRO hires Education Officer - Kendria Ferguson
In February BMMRO welcomed a new employee, Ms Kendria Ferguson from Nassau. Kendria first began working with BMMRO as a volunteer
and marine mammal student conducting an internship in 2008. She graduated from Barry University, Miami, in 2010 with top marks and it is
satisfying for BMMRO to now be able to offer her a paid position back in the Bahamas.
In her first few weeks, Kendria has visited J A Pinder school in Sandy Point three times, educating them with regard to marine mammals
in the Bahamas, and the role of BMMRO.
She has also taught at Cherokee school, and has plans to return to Cherokee and visit the rest of the schools in Abaco over the
next few months.
If you would like to contact Kendria to discuss a visit to a school near you or another function where education could play a role, please
email her on: