Grania’s role at the Centre is to arrange travel bookings for staff and consultants, providing travel support and ensuring the efficient running of reception.
Grania has recently graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MSc in Social Anthropology with Development. Interests in applied anthropology combined with a passion for wildlife conservation motivated her to examine the influence of perception and trust on the relationship between migratory fishing communities and marine conservation NGOs. This research took place around the Barren Isles off the west coast of Madagascar. In the past months since her graduation, Grania has worked as an intern for FFI, researching and presenting on fisheries management approaches and tourism in the context of climate change.