Molly PerkinsAdministrative Assistant Marine Affairs Institute & RI Sea Grant Legal Program
M.S., University of Rhode Island
B.S., University of Rhode Island
Molly Perkins is the Administrative Assistant at the Marine Affairs Institute and the Rhode Island Sea Grant Legal Program. Ms. Perkins received her BS from the University of Rhode Island in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics with a minor in Marine Affairs and a certificate in Energy Economics and Policy. Recently, she went on to complete her MS in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, where she focused her studies on New England's local seafood market.
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