Lilliana Zuyovich Randi Curtis Toni Frohoff, Ph.D. Toni Frohoff is the Director of Research and co-founder of TerraMar. Read more about Toni.
Will Anderson Will’s formal entry into environmental NGO work was with his 1978 founding of Greenpeace Alaska, in Anchorage, Alaska. Shortly thereafter, he was appointed to the national board of directors of Greenpeace USA. Since then, he has had a long career in campaign management in both the environmental and animal welfare sectors for a number of organizations including Earth Island Institute and the Progressive Animal Welfare Society. Additional national organizations financially supported and utilized Will as a consultant. Read more about Will.
Julie Dennis Julie’s appreciation for diversity in the natural world drew her to the global work of TerraMar Research over a decade ago. Julie is an herbalist, journalist and assistant editor on books including The Handbook of Clinically Tested Herbal Remedies (Hayworth Press), The American Botanical Council's Clinical Guide to Herbs, Between Species: Celebrating the Dolphin-Human Bond (Sierra Club Books) and Dolphin Mysteries: Unlocking the Secrets of Communication (Yale University Press). She travels globally, and activates locally through her work with local organizations including the South Yuba River Citizens League, The Wild & Scenic (environmental) Film Festival, The Yuba Watershed Institute and Nevada County Land Trust. Debra Durham, Ph.D.
Dr. Debra Durham studied anthropology (BA, University of Washington) before earning a Ph.D. in animal behavior from University of California, Davis. The central theme of her research is how animals respond to change and stress with focus on applied research and best practice in animal care and protection. Debra has studied animal both in the wild and in captivity and her projects have spanned 4 continents. Her approach to research combines disciplines from endocrinology and ecology to child psychology and system theory. In addition to research, Debra makes time to advocate for animals in law and policy, and to share the wonder of animals through teaching and outreach. Her recent, international study of chimpanzees revealed startling insights regarding psychological symptoms in this species. She has extended this work to highlight implications for the care and conservation of apes and their legal status, speaking on these topics at a number of international conferences, universities and governmental hearings. Debra lives in Seattle with three mischievous dachshunds. Robin Lindsey Robin, a Seattle photographer, works closely with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), both as a photographic contributor and as a first responder to marine mammal strandings in Puget Sound. Her photography has documented the health and the lives of the seals on our beaches. She is one of the founding members of the conservation group Seal Sitters and a member of NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association). Her images and videos have been featured in books, magazines and news media. Robin and Brenda Peterson have co-authored a children's book about seal pups, Leopard and Silkie (Henry Holt) released spring of 2012. View her work here. ADVISORS List of advisors coming soon