Previous members who have played an important role in running the NDP
Monique did her MSc work with the Sea Search team based in Cape Town then moved to join the Namibian Dolphin Project team as the leading field officer for the 2018-2019 season. During her time in Walvis Bay,Monique oversaw the bulk of the building of the education office.
Dorothy is the NDP’s field officer based in Walvis Bay for 2019-2020 – so she is our “person on the ground” and first point of contact for the project. Her role is to keep the project running smoothly, and n between major field seasons attend meetings, coordinate sightings reports, attend strandings, keep the equipment and licenses up […]
Ruth is a biologist and training provider, originally from Ireland, Ruth played a key role in setting up the NDP in 2008 and led several aspects of the project notably work relating to static acoustic monitoring (CPODs) and sustainable tourism including running several courses on sustainable global practises and strandings response
Barry joined the NDP in April 2015 from Ireland. He has an MRes from St Andrew’s University and a BSc degree from Napier University in Edinburgh. Barry ran operations in Walvis Bay until early 2017 and is using the skills he learnt in Namibia to pursue a PhD in Queensland.
Jelly lead the Namibian Dolphin Project field team as the lead technician and field officer during 2017 and 2018. Hi role included overseeing all data collection, including skippering our research vessel, Nanuuq, attending strandings and managing sightings reported by the public.