Biography: Juliette Lee

Juliette Lee
MEM, Nicholas School of the Environment

Juliette Lee is a Master of Environmental Management Candidate in the Nowacek Bioacoustics and Engineering Lab at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment and is based at the Duke Marine Lab. She is a marine and coastal resource manager working on impact-based environmental challenges. Her interests lie at the intersection of protected species management, ecosystem-based conservation, and the Blue Economy. Juliette comes to Duke with a breadth of experiences, including tropical marine biology research, experiential teaching, and marine policy. Her Master’s Project focuses on operational measures for reducing ocean noise by utilizing ‘Smart Shipping’ technology to conserve acoustically-sensitive marine mammals and foster ‘sound sanctuaries.’