Sarah Brown is a biologist with a lifelong addiction to all things marine. She began her career at the molecular level, performing gene-related research on melanoma and pyogenic granuloma. She transitioned to teaching, connecting students with the wonders of the natural world and sharing her passion for science. Now, while pursuing an M.S. in Biology, she works as a science camp instructor with Everett Parks and Recreation, sharing her enthusiasm of marine and freshwater ecosystems with the next generation. She has extensive experience volunteering with school and community organizations and can often be found walking the beach with her family, fighting pollution one piece at a time.