Marietta College alumna Amy Giannotti ’95 will speak about "Blending science and leadership on land, under the sea, and in the sky," at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, November 3rd, in Selby 150. Amy’s career has touched on all these topics and so will her talk.
Amy has a graduate degree from the University of Virginia and has worked as a high-school science teacher, a park naturalist, a state and local biologist dealing with invasive species, and most recently as the founder of her own environmental science company. She’s also worked for various non-profits including a company that produces science films for schools and an organization that matches uniquely trained divers with scientists to conduct underwater scientific research, including studying the underwater cave systems of Florida, Mexico and Bermuda, the Great Blue Hole of Belize, and shipwrecks including the USS Monitor and the Edmund Fitzgerald.
She’ll be weaving all these experiences together to help show you how to take charge of your own career and plot your own course to a destination that you determine.