Analyst, Fisheries and U.S. Atlantic, Oceans Division, Nature Program
David Newman uses law, policy expertise, science, and public outreach to help restore our wild fisheries to sustainable levels. Currently, he is focused on preventing overfishing, restoring overfished species, promoting strong conservation standards in the law, and improving the science and management of fisheries with limited access to data and other record-keeping resources. He has also worked on issues related to offshore oil and gas drilling. Newman graduated from the University of Michigan and American University's Washington College of Law. He is based in New York City.