Gib Brogan is a fisheries campaign manager at Oceana, the largest international advocacy group working solely to protect the world’s oceans.
For nearly 20 years, he has worked to improve the policies that manage our oceans including fisheries, seafood, habitat protection and pollution. Gib helps lead Oceana’s fight to save North Atlantic right whales from extinction. He also leads Oceana’s work with recreational fishermen on common conservation goals.
For nearly 25 years, Brogan has worked in marine conservation and fisheries management in both tropical and temperate regions. He has a thorough understanding of fisheries as well as overarching issues in marine conservation. Prior to joining Oceana, Brogan worked in marine and aquatic science education for state and private organizations in field and classroom programs.
Brogan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Bates College. A lifelong fish geek, he enjoys teaching his two children about amazing ocean life with his wife Abby, a former curator at the Mystic Aquarium.