Marine Restoration Coordinator, Australia Program
Anita Nedosyko Marine Restoration Coordinator, Australia Program © Brett Sheridan

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Anita Nedosyko

Marine Restoration Coordinator


  • Areas of Expertise

    marine biology, educational programming, environmental management


Anita is a marine biologist, science educator and learning coach. Prior to joining The Nature Conservancy, she worked at Flinders University as co-founder of The Saving Nemo Conservation Program, as an environmental consultant for an engineering firm and for the Commonwealth Government as an environmental assessment officer for mining and offshore oil development. Anita also held a position as Executive Director of a social enterprise that developed education programs for secondary schools.

As our Marine Restoration Coordinator in South Australia, Anita overseas the construction of Windara Reef in Gulf St Vincent as part of our Great Southern Reefs project.

Anita has an honours degree in Marine Biology from Flinders University and a Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management from University of Adelaide. She commenced working at TNC in 2016 and works from her office on the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia. 

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Shellfish reef restoration in South Australia Anita talks about the project in Gulf St Vincent