Liz Magee is program coordinator of the Three Seas Program in addition to serving as the Diving Safety Officer for Northeastern University. She has been a research diver for 10 years, beginning as an undergraduate student in the Three Seas Program at Northeastern University, and now has logged more than one thousand research dives. Magee’s diving career includes time spent working for UC Santa Barbara’s San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station’s (SONGS) Mitigation and Monitoring Program studying the success of the an artificial reef implemented in the waters off of the coast of Southern California. Prior to joining Northeastern University, Magee has fed and cared for sharks, rays and turtles as a Giant Ocean Tank diver and Aquarist at the New England Aquarium. While in college she spent her summers teaching SCUBA diving to teens in the temperate kelp forests of Catalina Island, off the coast of Southern California. Magee is an active AAUS Scientific Diving and NAUI Scuba Instructor. She enjoys teaching Scientific Diving to the next generation of researchers at Northeastern University’s Marine Science Station and is passionate about helping young divers enter the field as blossoming professionals.