Marianna DiMauro has a background in environmental toxicology and wildlife biology. She has two years of professional experience, working on aquatic monitoring projects and ecological risk assessments at sites across Canada.
She received a Master’s in Resource and Environmental Management (MRM) with a focus on environmental toxicology from Simon Fraser University for her research on methods to measure biotransformation rates of hydrophobic organic chemicals in freshwater fish. This research contributed empirical data to use in model evaluation.
In her spare time, you will find Marianna exploring her backyard in Squamish, whether it is hiking, climbing or simply enjoying the flora and fauna that BC’s coast has to offer.