Sarah Mahadeo

Sarah Mahadeo

Sarah Mahadeo

Sarah is a spatial planner with a background in Biology, Urban Planning, Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and Blue Economy. She currently works as a Research Fellow at the Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute of the World Maritime University in Sweden. Her research focuses on MSP in the Eastern Caribbean on themes including stakeholder engagement, transboundary planning, land-sea interactions and developing MSP in small island developing states (SIDS). Prior to research, she worked in planning practice with the state in her native Trinidad and Tobago. She has also worked with the MSP Global initiative of the IOC-UNESCO for capacity development activities on MSP and Blue Economy and as editor for a series of policy briefs related to MSP on a range of topics including Climate Change, Ocean Governance, Blue Economy and Capacity Development. Sarah is experienced in planning and facilitating workshops on Blue Planning including also elements of the Blue Economy and Blue Leadership trainings. She has planned and delivered training events for the Caribbean SIDS and countries of the Western Indian Ocean.

Training: BPIP , Sustainable Blue Economy

Contact info:

Co-Trainer, Lead trainer
In-person, Virtual

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