Carly is a passionate scuba diver who continues to be amazed by our beautiful reefs. She started lionfish hunting about 3 years ago and has made it a mission to help engage and educate more divers about the growing problem.
Robert is educating as many people as he can on the importance of our underwater environment and the biodiversity that requires it to remain healthy to survive, thus giving humanity a better chance at survival.
James is educating students, local residents, and tourist visitors about the invasive impact of lionfish by leading them through dissections to discover their venomous risk, gaping mouth capable of consuming prey up to half of their body length and discovering what prey species lionfish are predating upon.
Julie is educating the masses about lionfish through entertaining social media content. She is also working to expose the general public to the invasive nature of lionfish and provide information to divers interested in assisting with eradication efforts.
Dick de Bruin has been developing his underwater photography and filming skills to visualize the lionfish problem for anyone who is not yet convinced that all life on the coral reef is seriously threatened by the lionfish.
Jean-Marc Claes travels by sailyacht and scuba dives the world, he is looking at the relations between sharks and lionfish, old and new. They take guests onboard, teach them and let them participate in all adventures they undertake.
Willie is passionate about the ocean and made a decision to help protect what he loves. Willie is ReefCI’s general manger, science coordinator, marine biologist, and PADI Dive Instructor in Placencia Belize.
Viktor organizes trips to Alaska, Florida Keys and the Bahamas. He makes unforgettable memories for his customers, who later become friends. While scuba diving their goal is to clean up the reef from garbage, plastics and Lionfish.