Brad Nahill

Brad Nahill

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    Beaverton, Oregon, United States
    Regions of Expertise

    Central America and the Caribbean
    Middle East
    North America
    South America

Brad Nahill

Mr. Brad Nahill

Director & Co-Founder | SEEtheWILD

Areas of Expertise

Community Development, Wildlife Conservation/Management

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Brad Nahill is Director & Co-Founder of SEE Turtles which supports community-based sea turtle conservation organizations in Latin America through volunteering, ecotourism, education, advocacy, and financial support. To date, SEE Turtles has generated more than $400,000 in support for community-based turtle conservation projects through volunteering, tours, donations, and more. SEE Turtles is a project of The Ocean Foundation.


Brad is also Director & Co-Founder of SEEtheWILD.


He has worked in sea turtle conservation, ecotourism, and environmental education for 12 years with organizations including Ocean Conservancy, Rare, Asociacion ANAI (Costa Rica), and the Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia). He has also consulted for several ecotourism companies and non-profits, including EcoTeach and Costa Rican Adventures. He has authored several book chapters, blogs, and abstracts on turtle conservation and ecotourism and has presented at major travel conferences and sea turtle symposia. Brad has a BS in Environmental Economics from Penn State University and teaches a class on ecotourism at Mount Hood Community College.

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As the world's oldest and largest international ecotourism association, TIES seeks to be the global source of knowledge and advocacy uniting communities/ conservation/ sustainable travel.




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The Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference will highlight global challenges and local opportunities, supporting sustainable development of tourism and promoting solutions that balance conservation, communities and sustainable travel.

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