Dr. Todd Stevenson has been a conservation practitioner and scientist for nearly 20 years and has worked in more than twelve countries across the globe from the Coral Triangle to the Arctic Ocean. He was a US Peace Corps volunteer in Papua New Guinea, managed programs and led research for Conservation International and Ocean Conservancy, and consulted for clients such as Oceana, World Wildlife Fund, US Agency for International Development, Pew Charitable Trust, and USDA Forest Service. Dr. Stevenson presently works as an independent consultant where he advises clients on conservation program design, monitoring and evaluation, stakeholder engagement, and human dimensions research in complex social-ecological systems. He completed his Bachelor’s of Science in Natural Resource Management and Fishery Biology from the Colorado State University and Doctorate in Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences from the Washington State University. Dr. Stevenson presently resides in Portland, Oregon where he enjoys spending time with his family, fly fishing the many waters of the Pacific Northwest and traveling the world in search for the elusive “best” place to eat.