Georgienne Bradley is the founder and the board director of Sea Save Foundation. She is also co-owner of Bradley Ireland Productions, one of the world’s largest underwater still photography and video stock.

A well-known and tireless conservationist, Ms. Bradley is a scientist, underwater photographer, videographer, writer and producer who has focused on raising awareness about the plight of the world’s oceans for over three decades. She has authored two books and hundreds of magazine articles and scientific papers about the ocean. Ms. Bradley has also has produced ocean-themed television programming for a variety of studios and networks including Paramount, Disney and National Geographic.

In her current role with Sea Save Foundation, Ms. Bradley campaigns to raise awareness about the planet’s fragile marine ecosystems and advocates for change in public policy. In 2013, representatives from Sea Save Foundation helped negotiate groundbreaking policy changes at CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) to protect seven marine species.  With Sea Save Foundation’s current Give ‘em The Fin campaign, Bradley has returned to the issue of shark finning.

Ms. Bradley studied medicine at Sackler Medical School, Tel Aviv University and attended graduate school at Georgetown University.  In 2006 she was inducted into the Women Divers Hall of Fame.