Markets and, in particular, user fees could reverse the deterioration of Florida’s coral reefs.
| Finance & Development, Marine Resources | Consulting, Facilitation/Negotiation, Fundraising, Resource Management
Brett Howell, MBA, PMP, is an environmental entrepreneur with extensive experience developing, implementing, and managing innovative ocean-focused conservation and sustainability-related programs at locations around the world. Brett’s approach is to successfully advance solutions-oriented programs that look at the root causes of problems, while seeing challenges as opportunities.
Brett has also had a successful career in Corporate America, working in food/beverage, management consulting, and environmental/engineering consulting sectors. This multi-disciplinary experience enables him to understand the range of perspectives on environmental issues and to work successfully with non-profits, foundations, businesses, and government agencies to advance programs that meet the needs of diverse stakeholder groups.
Brett holds an MBA from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a B.S. in Communication from the University of Miami (dual majors in public relations and environmental planning). He is also a certified Project Management Institute Project Management Professional (PMP). Brett is a graduate of PERC’s 2011 Enviropreneur™ Institute.
Brett is an avid SCUBA diver (PADI pro-certified), enthusiastic skier, and intrepid whitewater rafter, and he has traveled extensively throughout the United States and internationally in search of unique conservation experiences and outdoor adventures.