Elizabeth Hogan is U.S. Campaigns Manager for Oceans and Wildlife at World Animal Protection. She is a passionate campaigner focused on marine wildlife entanglement, whaling policy, marine wildlife in captivity and illegal wildlife trade. She previously worked with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) on protective policies for the North Atlantic Right Whale. Elizabeth is a contributing author to two books on corporate social responsibility. She has a degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a dual Master of Science in Marine & Coastal Natural Resources and a Master of Science in Sustainable Development from the University for Peace in Costa Rica and American University in Washington, DC. Elizabeth speaks Spanish and Portuguese.