Rhonda J. Moniz

Rhonda J. Moniz is a highly accomplished and renowned underwater forensics expert specializing in diving technologies and subsea systems. With over 25 years of experience as a remotely operated vehicle pilot, master dive instructor, scientific diver, and dive safety officer, she has demonstrated exceptional expertise in overseeing multiple investigations, diverse field projects, expeditions, and training programs. In addition to her work as an explorer and diver, Ms. Moniz has made significant contributions to the media industry as a journalist and filmmaker. Ms. Moniz was awarded the prestigious Woods Hole Oceanographic Institutions Fellowship for Scientific Journalism. She is an active member of the Explorers Club. She has served as a subject matter expert for renowned media outlets such as CBS, CNN, Discovery, the Oxygen Channel, and PBS productions, lending her expertise to various television shows. She served most recently as a subject matter expert for CNN in its coverage of the Titan submersible tragedy. She is the president of the board of directors for the Northeastern Regional Association of Coastal Ocean Observing Systems (NERACOOS). She is on the U. S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) board of directors. Ms. Moniz also wrote the technology chapter of the science plan for the Regional Wildlife Science Collaborative for Offshore Wind, where she also set up the Technology Subcommittee.
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