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Madeline Krueger
Grau Fellow 2023
M.S. Marine Science, Hawaiʻi Pacific University
B.A. Biology, University of Portland
Madeline Henningsen

Madeline Krueger is a 2023 Grau Fellow with the Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability, and Resiliency (CCSR), working on the city’s Long Term Disaster Recovery Plan and the Hazard Mitigation Plan. She is excited to be a part of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant working in the CCSR office and hopes, in this role, to apply her biology background and experience working in public outreach to inform planning measures and provide Oʻahu’s communities with information on hazard mitigation and recovery measures to make all of Oʻahu more resilient.

Madeline grew up in Oregon and has always had a passion for the outdoors, the coast, and nature in general. This has driven her passion for conservation and resiliency work. Madeline holds a B.A. in biology from the University of Portland and an M.S. in marine science from Hawaiʻi Pacific University. Her master’s degree research focused on two deep sea hyperthermophilic Achaea that grow under the ocean crust in the hydrothermal system in the Juan de Fuca Ridge flank. Madeline has previously worked as an editor for Renew Rebuild Hawaiʻi, an organization that promotes efficient energy and resource utilization. She currently volunteers with Hawaiʻi Marine Animal Response, responding to monk seal haul-outs, setting up seal resting areas, and providing public outreach.