Tiffany Waters

Tiffany Waters

Aquaculture Strategy Specialist at The Nature Conservancy

Before joining The Conservancy in September 2017, Tiffany worked in the private shellfish industry in the Pacific Northwest of the US at the Hama Hama Company – a family farm specialising in growing oysters and clams.

Prior to working in industry, she worked for five years at the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission – an inter-tribal natural resources organization serving the 20 Treaty Tribes of Washington State. She holds an MSc in Natural and Cultural Resource Management from Central Washington University, with a concentration on water quality, and a BA from Vassar College in Geography and Anthropology. She was raised on the Hood Canal of the Olympic Peninsula, with her first job at age 12 picking single shell oysters on the tideflats of Lilliwaup, Washington. She is of mixed European (Norwegian, Polish, English, German, Welsh) and American Indian (Clatsop) descent and a member of the Chinook Indian Nation.

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