Nicole Davis

Watershed Coordinator

ndavis@savethesound.org

Nicole joined Save the Sound in April 2018. She holds a B.S. in Marine Science, from Long Island University and worked as a sea turtle biologist before graduate school. Nicole came to Connecticut by way of Virginia, where she earned  a Masters of Science from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU).

While at VCU her research focused on the connections between land use, water quality, and instream communities. Once in Connecticut she worked as a regional planner, working on environmental, watershed, and transportation initiatives.

Nicole enjoys being outdoors whether it’s at the beach, in the woods, or on the water.


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