Susana Navajas, Founder & Director
Susana Navajas grew up around the water and always had a deep passion for the ocean and its' inhabitants. While doing her undergraduate studies, Susana helped graduate students with shark research in the everglades. It was during that time that she fell in love with sharks, and she vowed to do all that she could to help the animals out. She has since volunteered for many non-profit organizations and has gained valuable knowledge about grassroots campaigning. In 2014, she officially ran Save The Sharks full time and has had a great deal of success. Susana has been a part of CITES implementations, she has led local and international rallies, school presentations, she has written for magazines and much more. Her hope is that Save The Sharks can inspire anyone to do something; because together, we can make a difference.
Almu Villarreal, Mexico Director
A marine biology student in the Autonomus University of Baja California Sur, La Paz. She developed a passion for the ocean and the conservation of it since she was a little girl. As of recent years, sharks have caught her attention and she has focused on conserving and spreading the love for marine life.
Edgardo Camacho, Mexico Assistant Director
A marine biologist who lives in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. He grew up in a fishing town and has dedicated his life to the observation, conservation and study of marine life. Sharks have always been his favorite species, not only for their beauty and mystery, but also because of the important role that they play have in marine ecosystems.
Sergi Escandell, Videographer and Photograher
Born in Menorca Island, one of Spain's Balearic Islands, his passion for the sea began when he was just a child.He is a technical diving instructor and cave diver. He also works an an underwater photographer and cameraman. His purpose is to being the intimacy of marine life through his photography and videography; especially sharks and other big animals. He hopes that in doing so, he can contribute to better ocean protection.