Caiti Pomerance, Esq. | Co-founder & President
Caiti Pomerance received her B.A. from the University of Miami in Ecosystem Science and Policy, and thereafter received her J.D. from the University of FloridaLevin College of Law where she specialized in coastal and marine law and policy. While at the University of Florida, Caiti worked in the Conservation Clinic to facilitate the establishment of a marine protected area in the Bahamas and worked with other nonprofit organizations to fulfill their marine conservation goals, including the Surfrider Foundation and Audubon Florida. Upon graduation from law school, Caiti and two other UF Law graduates founded Debris Free Oceans, a nonprofit dedicated to inspiring local communities to responsibly manage the lifecycle of plastics and waste as part of a global initiative to eradicate marine debris. The organization focuses on raising awareness of the issue of single-use plastics through education, research and policy in Miami, Florida. Caiti is also a Board Member of the Marine and Waterfront Protection Authority for the City of Miami Beach and Program & Outreach Director for the Herbert W. Hoover Foundation.