✦ Multidisciplinary background including Oceanography, Geology, Marine Biology, and Underwater Archaeology
✦ High attention to detail, well organized
✦ Experience conducting studies and researches for the improvements of the conditions of the sea
✦ Ability to use a wide variety of tools and equipment for the study of the ocean
✦ Experience evaluating data and writing analysis reports
✦ Dedicated, self-starter, team player with the ability to lead, work independently, and follow directions.
✦ Extensive experience offshore and in the High Latitudes


University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI                                         Dec 2015
          Bachelors of Science in Geology and Geological Oceanography
          Minors: Marine Biology and Underwater Archaeology
University of Texas at Austin, Antarctica and the Scotia Arc                  Winter 2013
          Jackson School of Geosciences & Geological Society of America's Travels in Geology
SEA Semester, Global Oceans Program,  New Zealand                         Fall 2014
Littoral, pelagic, and benches geological oceanographic research 
University of Geneva, Porto Cheli, Greece                                             August 2016
          Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes

University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil                                            December 2016
          hGISs Seafloor exploration and geological sampling equipment 

University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany                                             March 2017
          ECORD Virtual Drilling Experience, IODP Core Repository

Professional Experience

Sedna Epic Expedition, Northwest Passage, Canada                                     Mar 2018- pres
        Ocean Scientist, Educator, and Explorer
The Sedna Epic involves an international team of women ocean professionals working with Inuit communities, specifically girls and young women in the Arctic with a focus on health, wellness, environment and empowerment issues, with our goal of completing a world record breaking 3,000km snorkel relay of the Northwest Passage in 2020 to raise global awareness of climate change. Our continued 2018 expedition continued to help grow our local community support by developing Inuit and Inuvialuit leaders to tackle societal and climate change; creating a space for young women and girls to excel in the Sciences, the Arts, and Exploration; and by combining Aboriginal and scientific knowledge to mitigate global warming. We will continue to add observations about the disappearing sea ice in the Arctic and bringing the Ocean to eye level by using remotely operated vehicles, mobile aquariums, and snorkel safaris.

Breezy Seas
, Southern New England                                                                 May '12- pres
        Owner, Mariner, Educator, Scientist, Explorer
Providing services as a licensed captain, and working aboard vessels under various roles, travels around the Northeast and beyond giving ocean and polar science and exploration lectures and workshops to schools and social groups. Acting as a liaison, running, collecting and analyzing science experiments  during various expeditions.

MATE Internship Program
, Alaskan High Arctic                                             Oct-Dec 2018
          STARC (SOI & OSU) Tech watch stander, WHOI science support aboard USCGC Healy
Stood daily 12 hour watches, monitoring oceanographic data collection and software systems to ensure correct and working order, including science seawater follow through system, multi beam sonar and associated sound velocity profiles, Knudson side scan sonar, supervised equipment deployments to ensure operations went in a smoothly and orderly fashion including as CTD and XBT cast, Van Veen grabs, and serving as a liaison between the science party and the Coast Guard crew. Created and revised Standard Operating Procedures including Importing Ice Imagery, XBT and XCTD casts operations, Seapath and MV Pos file exchange and sharing procedures.

Project Oceanology, Groton, CT                                                                       Feb- May 2018
        OUPV, 1st Mate, Marine Science Educator
Working aboard 65' hands-on training research vessel,  providing instruction on equipment [and] deployment operations of oceanographic equipment and conducting marine mammal observations. Contributing to curriculum revision and delivering inspiring marine science and environmental education programs for elementary through high  school students, college students, and the general public. Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel.

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Marshall Islands     Mar- Apr 2016
        Mapping Watchstander, Explorer-in-Training program aboard R/V Okeanos Explorer
Okeanos Explorer in Training Program, completing the acquisition and processing of multibeam, EK60 and sub bottom sonar data and associated sound velocity profile data including backscatter, water column analysis aboard R/V Okeanos Explorer. Updated Standard Order Procedures including the use of CARIS, Knudsen, and Fledermaus software. Created poster using the multi beam surfaces and provided the  expeditions data and statistical recap of the Wake Island Unit in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument. Created an educational outreach infographic about Ocean Exploration.

Integrated Statistics
, Falmouth, MA                                                               Dec '15- Mar '16  
          NEFOP Journeyman Editor
Edits and analyzes fisheries electronic monitoring footage, creates and distributes public outreach sources about the NOAA observer program. Collected, documented, and organized fish ooliths. Researches, purchases, and assembles educational training materials. CAC Card holder.

Fathom Research LLC, New Bedford, MA                                                         Sep '15- Mar '16
          NOAA ASM, Marine Biologist, Scuba Diver
NOAA Fisheries Observer, deploys on fishing boats and collects data, documenting by-catch and discards, marine mammal, sea bird, and endangered species observations. Communicates and coordinates with fisherman on departure and trip logistics. Shows shipboard readiness, safety compliance, and adapts to last minute schedule changes. Complete and submits data accurately both electronically and hand written, organized, thorough, and in a timely manner meeting short turnover deadlines. Scientific diver assists with boat inspections and video monitoring. Creates andinstructs certification courses following NAUI and DAN standards. Newly appointed grantwriter.

Fish 'n Tales, Newport, RI                                                                                  May- Sep '15
          1st Mate and Marine Science Educator
Worked aboard a 50' ecotourism lobster/fishing vessel, coordinated and participated in ship board readiness drills incase of an emergency. Stood watch and ensuring safe-going operations and personal safety of guests and crew. Deployed and recovered lobster and shelf pots, and fishing charters. Created curriculum and teaching material, delivered inspiring historical and environmental education programs about Newport Harbor for elementary through high  school students, college students, and the general public. Conducted scientific dives collecting and surveying channel whelk.

University of Rhode Island
, Kingston, RI 
          Geosciences Dept. Geophysics E-Resources researcher                             Sep '12- Dec '12
Collected supplemental educational material to help serve different learning abilities of students.

Candlewood Lake Authority, Sherman, CT                                                    Sep '03- Jun '06
         Student Researcher, Project CLEAR 
Instructed students on the history of and pollution problems on Candlewood Lake, as well as basic water and soil testing techniques. Expanded skills in problem solving and investigated ways to better educated the general public. Assisted in research towards (3) published reports by Education Connection, Connecticut DEP, Western Connecticut State University and the Candlewood Lake Authority.  
Grenier, B., K. Hruby, and K. Vincent, 2014. Assessing Sediment Transport from Rivers to the Ocean Through Relative Calcium Carbonate Levels, Transport Systems, and Phytoplankton Biodiversity in Seafloor Sediments. Unpublished student research paper, S-256, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.
Grenier, B., C. Capello, Z. Collins, M. DaSilva, 2015, Climate Change Impact Assessment: Narragansett. Unpublished student research paper, ECC-355, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI.
Grenier, B. 2014. Cross Cultural Comparison: Cannibalistic Aztecs to Corporate America. Unpublished student research paper, COM-100, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI.
Grenier, B., 2014. Maori Headhunting: The Reclamation of the Ta Moko Culture. Unpublished student research paper, Class S-256, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.
Grenier, B., 2010. Tattoo Acceptance in the Workplace in Southern New England. Unpublished student research paper, WRT-106, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI.