Luci is responsible for supporting the successful implementation of ONC’s community programs and services including Community Observatories, Community Fishers, and Marine Domain Awareness, which provide fixed and mobile monitoring technology to an expanding network of coastal communities in British Columbia, the Canadian Arctic and the East Coast of Canada. Luci helps facilitate the success of a number of ONC community-based initiatives by supporting communities with sample planning, data access, training on instruments and Oceans 3.0, and keeping partners aware of opportunities with ONC. She works closely with a number of ONC teams and departments to ensure the community-based instruments are tested, and that data is received and quality controlled, and made available to our partners. Luci is originally from the United Kingdom where she completed her B.Sc. in Marine Science at the Scottish Association for Marine Science. Her undergraduate studies included a year exchange in the Norwegian Arctic, in Svalbard. The experience of living and studying the Arctic Oceans drove her pursuit of an M.Sc. at the University of Victoria, where she specialized in phytoplankton and nutrient dynamics during the sea-ice melting period in the Canadian Arctic.