Masterclasses

Our Coral Catch Superwomen attend regular masterclasses in the field of conservation, project planning, entrepreneurship, mental health, social media, and community engagement.

Masterclasses Knowledge Shared Is Power Multiplied

We think that sharing knowledge and inspiration is important. It fosters vision in others and strengthens professional ties. New conversations and opportunities can arise just from sharing knowledge, offering even more opportunities to grow.

Every week our Coral Catch Superwomen receive masterclasses in the field of conservation, project planning, entrepreneurship, mental health, social media, and community engagement.  So far these kick-ass women have shared their wisdom with us:

scholarship for working women
Coral Identification
By Dr. Dwi Haryanti
Lecturer of Coralogy @ Diponegoro University
Coral disease monitoring and management
By Dr. Siti Nurtahirah Jaafar
Senior Lecturer Faculty of Science and Marine Environment @ Terengannu University Malaysia
Women Supporting Women
Strategic planning and management of large-scale restoration efforts
By Jessica Levy
Director of Restoration Strategy @ Coral Restoration Foundation
How expressive journaling helps you to look after your mental health while building a career
By Sherinne Hannan
Mental Health Counselor @ The Self Hug
Scholarship Candidates
How to create a community and ensure they keep engaged along your journey
By Peta Day
Sustainability coordinator @ Seasalt Cornwall
How to become a lead scientist of a conservation project
An introduction to corals
By Tabitha Rudang
Marine Biologist
How to set up and monitor a coral restoration project in Indonesia
By Rose Huizenga
Founder Coral Catch
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Completing data gaps using citizen science
By Aulia Zeintrinanda
Intern @ Marine Megafauna Foundation
Coral Catch Ambassador Amelia Moura
Coral restoration monitoring to asses large scale restoration projects
By Amelia Moura
Science Program Manager @ Coral Restoration Foundation
Women empowerment
Integrating science into reef restoration practices
By Dr. Emma Camp
Deputy Team Leader @ Future Reefs Program DECRA & UTS Chancellor's Research Fellow - University of Technology, Sydney

Support Us With Your Skills

Are you a (super) woman and would you like to take our candidates under your wing for one or two hours and share the hard-earned lessons you collected over the years? Don’t hesitate to send us a message at hello@coralcatch.org. We would be honored and grateful to add you to our coral sisterhood!