The Women Divers Hall of Fame (WDHOF) has announced the latest three members to be inducted. The new members will constitute the Class of 2023. The new inductees are:
Andrea Marshall, Ph.D.
Based in Mozambique, Marshall is a Conservation Biologist, Educator, and co-founder of the Marine Megafauna Foundation. A dedicated ocean conservationist, marine photographer, and more, she is a fellow of the Explorers Club and a National Geographic Explorer.
Elizabeth (Liz) Taylor
Based in California, USA, Taylor is a submersible industry executive, explorer, and educator. She has been the President of DOER marine since 1994, a company that specializes in building submersible and other subsea systems. A Wings WorldQuest award winner, she has taken part in over 60 scientific diving and ocean exploration expeditions over the years. She is also the co-host of The Ocean Elders Dive In with Liz and Sylvia series.
Based in Colombia, Lopez is the Executive Director of the Biodiversity Conservation Colombia Foundation and a renowned conservationist and island sanctuary protector. Through her work with the foundation, she has been dedicated to conserving and protecting the iconic island sanctuary of Malpelo.
You can find out more information about the Women Divers Hall of Fame here.