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Sara E. Mirabilio

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Fisheries Specialist

Local Address: Manteo, North Carolina, United States
North Carolina Sea Grant College
North Carolina State University Box 86051575 Varsity Drive, Flex Lab Building, Module 1
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695
United States

Company Description: North Carolina Sea Grant provides research, education and outreach opportunities relating to current issues affecting the North Carolina coast and its communities....   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    SEACOOS institutions

Education

  • master , marine science
    College of William and Mary's School of Marine Science at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science
  • bachelor , marine science
    Long Island University's Southampton College
  • master's degree , marine science
    Virginia Institute of Marine Science
102 Total References
Web References
Sara Mirabilio, Fisheries Specialist
www.ncseagrant.org, 15 Dec 2012 [cached]
Sara Mirabilio, Fisheries Specialist
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In her role as a fisheries specialist, Sara Mirabilio advances the involvement of commercial and recreational fishing communities in shaping fisheries management policies. Recently, she co-authored Fisheries Management and You. Her ongoing work includes cultivating cooperative research among scientists and fishermen through the Fishery Resource Grant program.
Mirabilio also contributed to design of a marine fisheries mediation program to help sparring user groups in the fishing community craft solutions that may avoid new regulations and are amenable to all parties. Mirabilio also facilitated collaborative learning among Albemarle region crabbers and natural resource professionals, resulting in greater trust and use of both scientific and traditional ecological knowledge in fishery management. She has presented the project at a variety of national conferences, and she is a regular speaker at the Natural Resources Leadership Institute on natural resource collaborative processes.
After graduating with a master's in marine science from the College of William and Mary's School of Marine Science at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Mirabilio achieved distinction as a Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellow and worked on issues of national concern through the NOAA National Sea Grant College Program in Washington, D.C. Later, she worked as a program analyst for NOAA National Ocean Service before joining North Carolina Sea Grant in 2003. Mirabilio also holds a bachelor's in marine science from Long Island University's Southampton College.
SEACOOS Directory — SEACOOS
seacoos.org, 10 Jan 2013 [cached]
Sara Mirabilio 252-475-3663 saram@csi.northcarolina.edu
Community response: Sara ...
www.ncseagrant.org, 25 May 2012 [cached]
Community response: Sara Mirabilio, a Sea Grant fisheries specialist, was a member of the Saltwater Connections Resource Team that had been reviewing needs of Hatteras Island communities prior to the storm, and continued to work with the communities after Irene hit.
Sara Mirabilio, ...
www.ncseagrant.org, 7 Sept 2012 [cached]
Sara Mirabilio, 252/475-3663, ext. 29, saram@csi.northcarolina.edu E-Ching Lee, 919/515-9098, eching_lee@ncsu.edu
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Working watermen were the only people able to get back to work quickly and to bring both an economy and a sense of normalcy back to the island," says Sara Mirabilio, Sea Grant extension fisheries specialist.
Sea Grant was an inaugural sponsor and continues to provide support, she adds.
Sea Grant of NC ~ News Releases
www.ncseagrant.org, 4 Nov 2003 [cached]
Sara Mirabilio joins the Manteo office as fisheries specialist. She previously served as program analyst for the chief scientist of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Ocean Service. Her varied experience included participation on several interagency workgroups working to draft the ecosystem element for the U.S. Climate Change Science Program's Strategic Plan.
Upon completion of her master's degree in marine science at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Mirabilio was selected as a 2002 Dean John A. Knauss marine policy fellow and was assigned to the legislative branch. She split her time between the NOAA Science Advisory Board and the Coastal America Partnership.
No stranger to fisheries issues, she worked with the United States Geological Survey's Florida Caribbean Science Center to survey the distribution and abundance of freshwater mussels and anadromous fish. She also studied ecology and conservation of marine organisms of the Great Barrier Reef.
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NOTE TO EDITORS: Photos are available of Hathaway, Mirabilio and Baker.
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