Dr Kerry Brink is an aquatic ecologist residing in Netherlands. She completed her PhD in aquatic health in 2010 and has worked on fish ecology, biomonitoring, restoration programs and other ecotoxicological studies in Africa. In the past few years, Kerry has been involved in the coordination of a number of international projects related to protecting and conserving migratory fish around the world through communication strategies. She coordinated World Fish Migration Day(WFMD) 2014, 2016, and 2018 where she collaborated with hundreds of colleagues to helped reach millions of people around the world and hosted the Headquarters in Africa. In 2015, Kerry was also involved in the coordination of the Fish Passage conference 2015 and development of a global network of people working on fish migration topics. She currently collaborates with WFMF to develop the Swimway global Initiative and develop projects in South Africa. Kerry is currently writing reviews of migratory fish in Southern Africa and was the lead author in the recently published From Sea To Source 2.0 book.