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Marine Ambassadors

Kathy King

Kathy King is a Science and Psychology specialist who has worked with a variety of vulnerable groups including young people with special educational needs, including social, emotional and behavioural problems, and the homeless. She is passionate about showing others the power of being active in nature and using outdoor activities as a tool to improve emotional literacy (self-awareness, motivation, self-regulation, empathy and social skills).

Steve Hancock

Global Boarders real life ‘Jacques Costeau’, this globetrotting surfer has travelled to the furthest corners to surf some of the world’s most unique and wonderful waves, experiencing a wide variety of cultures and lifestyles to share with the next generation of aspiring surfers! Having studied sports coaching at University that led to various coaching roles abroad, and being a very keen sportsman, Steve was a late entry to the world of surfing.

Warren ‘Sal’ Salliss

Sal served 15 years in the Royal Marines which is where his diving career started. After leaving the RM in 2003 he continued his diving career working on numerous marine civils, harbour moorings, salvage, shipping, and media projects all over the world before becoming a supervisor.

Cat Allinson

Cat is an experienced commercial manager who has been working in the offshore and marine industry for the past seven years. She is passionate about building long-lasting relationships with clients and partners and identifying opportunities to collaborate. Cat specialises in diversification strategies; identifying new markets and areas where the business can grow.

Jamie Murphy

Jamie is the CEO of Penzance Dry Dock and the Linked Solutions group. His companies combine capabilities from the manufacturing and shipbuilding sectors with a long-established shipbuilding and repair facility.

Sammy Brisdon

Sammy is a friendly, enthusiastic, and passionate women striving to make a difference to how people view and interact with the environment. With as strong determination to bring communities together with the environment. Whilst engaging people from all walks of life & connecting them with the big blue and a keen interest in environmental psychology and how this can aid wellbeing and mental health.

Matthew Barraud

As founder of Morvargh Sailing Project CIC I have a proven record of success in sail training and youth development with several projects such as #SoundSense (marine science voyages) and #ASPIRE360 (a circumnavigation of the UK). A natural leader and motivator, with strong powers of empathy and negotiation borne out of working with young people in a residential education setting.

Rachel Murphy

I was born and raised in Cornwall and loved the water for as long as I can remember. The beach was my playground. I started bodyboarding as a kid and joined a local surf life-saving club. I just loved being in the water; no matter how cold it was or what the waves were doing. As long as I got in the water, I was happy and I became totally addicted!

Meg Hayward-Smith

I founded the Marine group due to my passion for the oceans and what it holds and how conservation can support and protect these places. Conservation starts at home. Working in the local area, with a small committed group of people will enable us to produce some good science, with relatable results. It is vital, now more than ever, to get everyone involved in helping protect our ocean for future generations.

Marion Beaulieu

Originally from France, I graduated from a BSc Wildlife and Practical Conservation at the University of Salford in 2014. In 2016 she moved to Cornwall with her partner Rick to become full time volunteers for the National Trust in West Penwith and started surveying her local site for CSGRT shortly after. I soon took on the whole photo ID process from making albums to running the catalogue, and started helping out in the office, on stalls and at talks as much as she could.

Kathy King

Kathy King is a Science and Psychology specialist who has worked with a variety of vulnerable groups including young people with special educational needs, including social, emotional and behavioural problems, and the homeless. She is passionate about showing others the power of being active in nature and using outdoor activities as a tool to improve emotional literacy (self-awareness, motivation, self-regulation, empathy and social skills).

Steve Hancock

Global Boarders real life ‘Jacques Costeau’, this globetrotting surfer has travelled to the furthest corners to surf some of the world’s most unique and wonderful waves, experiencing a wide variety of cultures and lifestyles to share with the next generation of aspiring surfers! Having studied sports coaching at University that led to various coaching roles abroad, and being a very keen sportsman, Steve was a late entry to the world of surfing.

Warren ‘Sal’ Salliss (Director)

Sal served 15 years in the Royal Marines which is where his diving career started. After leaving the RM in 2003 he continued his diving career working on numerous marine civils, harbour moorings, salvage, shipping, and media projects all over the world before becoming a supervisor.

Cat Allinson

Cat is an experienced commercial manager who has been working in the offshore and marine industry for the past seven years. She is passionate about building long-lasting relationships with clients and partners and identifying opportunities to collaborate. Cat specialises in diversification strategies; identifying new markets and areas where the business can grow. Cat is responsible for all marketing and communications for Penzance Dry Dock.

Jamie Murphy

Jamie is the CEO of Penzance Dry Dock and the Linked Solutions group. His companies combine capabilities from the manufacturing and shipbuilding sectors with a long-established shipbuilding and repair facility.

Sammy Brisdon

Sammy is a friendly, enthusiastic, and passionate women striving to make a difference to how people view and interact with the environment. With as strong determination to bring communities together with the environment. Whilst engaging people from all walks of life & connecting them with the big blue and a keen interest in environmental psychology and how this can aid wellbeing and mental health.

Matthew Barraud

As founder of Morvargh Sailing Project CIC I have a proven record of success in sail training and youth development with several projects such as #SoundSense (marine science voyages) and #ASPIRE360 (a circumnavigation of the UK). A natural leader and motivator, with strong powers of empathy and negotiation borne out of working with young people in a residential education setting. Detailed understanding of the sail training industry, particularly in the South West region.

Rachel Murphy

I was born and raised in Cornwall and loved the water for as long as I can remember. The beach was my playground. I started bodyboarding as a kid and joined a local surf life-saving club. I just loved being in the water; no matter how cold it was or what the waves were doing. As long as I got in the water, I was happy and I became totally addicted!

Meg Hayward-Smith

I founded the Marine group due to my passion for the oceans and what it holds and how conservation can support and protect these places. Conservation starts at home. Working in the local area, with a small committed group of people will enable us to produce some good science, with relatable results. It is vital, now more than ever, to get everyone involved in helping protect our ocean for future generations.

Marion Beaulieu

Originally from France, I graduated from a BSc Wildlife and Practical Conservation at the University of Salford in 2014. In 2016 she moved to Cornwall with her partner Rick to become full time volunteers for the National Trust in West Penwith and started surveying her local site for CSGRT shortly after.

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