A native Mainer, Sarah Doudera credits her sense of adventure and passion for the outdoors as helping her develop the diverse set of skills and experiences she brings to the S.E.A. Board.
She and her husband Matthew ran and operated dive charter businesses in the Caribbean prior to returning home to Maine. Doudera has worked with the Nature Conservancy on coral restoration, co-founded a community supported fishery, and crewed aboard traditional rigged educational schooners and mega- yachts.
A USCG master captain, PADI divemaster and marine biologist, Doudera’s most recent work includes kelp aquaculture at Maine Sea Farms in Walpole.
A graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a degree in marine biology, Doudera is currently completing a master’s degree in marine science at the University of Maine. She lives in Hope with her husband, two young boys and their dog, Marlin.