Ariel Elyse Moger is the Policy Fellow for U.S. Oceans.
She received a Master in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School in 2016 and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Columbia University in 2012. While pursuing her graduate degree, she simultaneously worked with both the City of Miami Beach and the Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC) as an independent contractor. During her tenure with the City of Miami Beach’s Environment and Sustainability Division, Ariel worked on projects ranging from sea turtle policy development to mandatory recycling program implementation. With ISC she worked on the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact’s Regional Climate Action Plan 2014 Municipal Implementation Survey and Report and helped to develop an Internet database for municipal case studies.
Ariel joined Oceana as a Policy Intern in May 2016 and then transitioned into her current position as a Policy Fellow in February 2017. As a fellow, she will continue to support Oceana’s Policy Team with its important advocacy work.