Lisa King

Lisa King
Board Treasurer
Lisa King has been Recycle Hawaii’s Board Treasurer since July 2016. She is passionate about working with indigenous communities to help them protect and sustain their natural resources. She has written several book chapters and academic research articles focused on World Heritage and geotourism Lisa has presented at international conferences such as the World Parks Congress in 2015. She has been an invited keynote speaker at conferences in Japan and Germany. Her research into the presentation of the World Heritage brand has advised UNESCO and the Australian government. She is focused on strengthening Recycle Hawaii’s strategic plan and its internal administration.  

 

Current Affiliation(s):

Member
IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas.
Global
 

Past Affiliations(s):

 
Senior Research Fellow
Curtin University at Sarawak
Malaysia
 
Editor
Field Notes
Journal of Ecotourism
 
Park Ranger
USFWS
Midway Atoll
 
Standard Methods Chemist
Brown and Caldwell Firm
California
 
Sea Grant Marine Extension Agent
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Republic of Palau
 
Consultant
Asian Development Bank
Marshall Islands
 
Instructor
Broadreach Scuba-based Marine Science Course
Bahamas
 
Instructor
Destination Management Course
James Cook University
Cairns, Australia
 

Degree(s):

 
Ph.D. in Tourism
James Cook University
Cairns, Australia
 
M.A. in Ecotourism
James Cook University
Cairns, Australia
 
M.A. in Secondary Education: Science Curriculum and Instruction
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Hawaiʻi
 
B.S. in Marine Biology
University of Texas
Texas