56. Samantha Andrews: Procrastination, Island Life, Changing Careers, and Ocean Oculus
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Samantha Andrews is a marine ecologist, naturalist, professional science communicator, and founder of Ocean Oculus, a one-woman endeavour, supporting scientists, researchers, companies, NGOS, stakeholders, and everything in-between discover more about - and take better care of - this pale blue dot we call home. In today’s episode Samantha shares how she shifted her career from finance to ocean science, why she decided to pursue her PhD- and why she’s not giving up, and what science communication looks like for her, and how she’s helping others make the impact they were meant to. Support the show (http://patreon.com/marinebiolife)
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