Constance Rambourg completed her Master of Maritime Policy at the University of Wollongong in 2020, where she is now working on a PhD thesis on the topic of modern colonialism in overseas territories’ large-scale marine protected areas. Constance is also a member of the Nippon Foundation Ocean Nexus Program and a research assistant at ANCORS, taking part in various projects covering themes such as the blue economy, fisheries management, and marine conservation policy. She is also a lecturer at the University of Wollongong teaching an undergraduate course on ‘Ocean Conservation and Human Development’.
Constance has a background in English and French Law and is fluent in both languages, facilitating her work in francophone territories and States. She is particularly interested in the study of equity and geopolitics in marine conservation governance in overseas territories and small island developing States of the Pacific.
Constance lives on the coast and loves taking her dog on daily beach walks or stand-up paddle sessions. She is also a keen free diver and is currently learning how to surf to enjoy the ocean while having fun with friends.