SEE Turtles Staff
Brad Nahill: Co-Founder & President
Brad has worked in sea turtle conservation, ecotourism, and environmental education for 20 years with organizations including Ocean Conservancy, Rare, Asociacion ANAI (Costa Rica), and the Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia). He has also consulted for several ecotourism companies and non-profits, including EcoTeach and Costa Rican Adventures. For these efforts, Brad received the prestigious Changemakers Award from the World Travel and Tourism Council in 2019 on behalf of SEE Turtles.
Brad is a co-author of the Worldwide Travel Guide to Sea Turtles, was awarded the Presidents Award for his work as the chair of the Awards Committee of the International Sea Turtle Society, and has authored several book chapters, blogs, and abstracts on turtle conservation and ecotourism, and has presented at major travel conferences and sea turtle symposia. Brad has a BS in Environmental Economics from Penn State University and has taught ecotourism at Mount Hood Community College. He has been director of SEE Turtles since its founding and became President after the organization became an independent non-profit organization.
Paula von Weller: Too Rare To Wear Campaign Manager
Paula is a field biologist with fifteen years of experience in protected and endangered species fieldwork. She has worked for government agencies, non-profit organizations, and environmental consulting firms conducting fieldwork in the US, the Arctic, Latin America, and the tropical Pacific. She has experience working with various sea turtle, marine mammal, and bird species. Paula has been involved with SEE Turtles since 2009 and has a BS in Biology from Portland State University.
Photo credits: Neil Ever Osborne