Céline Cousteau

Board Member

Céline Cousteau connects audiences around the globe with the natural world by sharing stories of the world's ecosystems, species and people through documentaries, research, art and design, public speaking and workshops that she facilitates. As director of CauseCentric Productions, Céline creates cause-focused multimedia content such as her feature documentary, "Tribes on the Edge." The film was the catalyst for her co-founding The Javari Project, a for-purpose organization that implements tangible action to support the Indigenous Peoples of the Vale do Javari in the Brazilian Amazon. Céline served two terms as a member of the World Economic Forum Council on Oceans and holds a degree in psychology from Skidmore College and a master's in intercultural relations from the School for International Training in Vermont. Her first book, "Le monde après mon grand-père," is published by Editions Fayard.

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