Grantly Galland
Senior Associate, Global Tuna Conservation, The Pew Charitable Trusts

Dr. Grantly Galland lives in Washington, D.C. where he is a Senior Associate for Global Tuna Conservation at The Pew Charitable Trusts. At Pew, Grantly works on Atlantic tuna conservation, science, and management; on a global effort to reform fish aggregating device (FAD) management; and a global valuation of commercial tuna fisheries. Grantly received his Ph.D. in marine biology and his M.S. in oceanography from Scripps Institution of Oceanography and his B.S. in marine ecology from the University of Georgia. In addition to tuna policy and science, Grantly has worked on climate change policy, coral reef ecology, and international affairs – both inside and out of government.


Some of Grantly’s more interesting accomplishments include describing a new reef fish species, co-authoring a book on the global diversity of fishes, helping to negotiate deep sea conservation measures in the South Pacific, and starting two small businesses (one on environmental consulting and one on public safety). He also lived and worked in Belize for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer.


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