Georgia Bayliss-Brown, BSc MSc, has worked across a number of marine disciplines yet has focused, academically, on the indicators and impacts of climate change in the marine environment. She has over 10 years of experience in international project management, science communication and transferring and mobilising scientific knowledge to targeted decision makers, business leaders and members of the public, and training scientists to perform the same activities. Georgia worked as Project Officer for the International Surface-Ocean Lower-Atmosphere Study (SOLAS) for six years prior to acting as an advisor to the United Kingdom Government on marine climate change. Currently she holds the role of Senior Knowledge Transfer Officer for AquaTT, a not-for-profit SME in Ireland, creating impact from marine and maritime research. She sits on the management team of the COLUMBUS project and is a member of the Knowledge Mobilization Committee of the Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR).