Carmen Revenga leads the Fisheries Program within the Global Oceans Team at The Nature Conservancy. Her main role is to develop the organization's fisheries strategy and work with TNC’s field programs and partners to achieve our vision for sustainable fisheries. Carmen is also the Co-Principal Investigators in the Data-Limited Fisheries Working Group under the auspices of the Science for Nature and People Partnership (SNAPP). The Nature Conservancy and SNAPP have developed FishPath, a comprehensive framework for guiding the assessment and management of data limited fisheries. Before coming to the Conservancy, she worked for the World Resources Institute where she focused on linking science and policy to improve the management of freshwater resources and marine fisheries. She has published a number of influential books, reports and papers relating to the condition of marine and inland fisheries and freshwater ecosystems. She holds degrees in Zoology and Conservation Biology from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain and the University of Maryland in the U.S.