Brooke Campbell (she/her(s)) is a Research Fellow and PhD student at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS). She is also a Nippon Foundation Nereus/Nexus Student Fellow. Brooke has a multi-disciplinary background in natural resources planning, conservation, management, and policy. She is interested in better understanding and addressing the tangible challenges of sustainably and equitably sharing renewable natural resources. She is especially interested in the conservation and management decision-making challenges associated with addressing food and livelihood security in complex marine and coastal social-ecological and socio-technical systems. Brooke has had the privilege of collaborating on applied fisheries research, institutional capacity development, and strategic marine resources law and policy development projects with governments, international fora, civil society and academics across scales of fisheries governance in North America, the Caribbean, and the Indo-Pacific. Oceans, coasts, and the people who have strong connections to both have been a central feature of Brooke’s life and continue to shape who she is as a person.