The Women Divers Hall of Fame ™ (WDHOF) is a world non-profit honor society that recognises ladies divers who've made an impressive contribution of their group. Yearly, ladies from everywhere in the world are recommended for his or her work in exploration, understanding, security and delight of our underwater world.
For his or her 2021 program, The Ladies Divers Corridor of Fame have introduced the addition of three new PADI Members from Australia, USA and Mexico. Hold studying to listen to about these unimaginable ladies and why they've been welcomed into subsequent yr’s program.
Allison Vitsky Sallmon – California, USA
Founder and president of non-profit organisation, Dive into the Pink, Allison makes use of the facility of the diving group to fund most cancers analysis and affected person help. Allison can also be a world award-winning underwater photographer and author whose work has been revealed in quite a few publications and on-line media platforms.
Karen Gowlett-Holmes – Tasmania, Australia
After studying to scuba dive in 1976, Karen has had a adorned profession as an award profitable underwater photographer, Marine Biologist and ocean educator. Specialising in benthic invertebrate animals, Karen is a number one Australian marine biologist with a ardour for exploring the temperate marine biodiversity. Her work has even led her to have a number of marine invertebrate species named after her!
Deni Ramirez Macias – BCS, Mexico
As a conservation biologist, whale shark and big manta ray researcher and conservationist, Deni’s work has helped a mess of organisations and scientific publications. Deni has just lately been ultra-sounding pregnant whale sharks and manta rays which has led to 3 areas being protected in Mexico. Her work has additionally been featured in a number of worldwide movies and on Nationwide Geographic’s Discovery Channel.
Congratulations to those three exceptional PADI Women who're serving to save and shield our oceans, all all over the world.
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