Krista Dunlop, author, speaker, and professional scuba diver, uses her own unique perspective of the underwater world to remind children and adults of all the underwater world has given us ... human survival, beauty and marine animal friendships!
Her vision for Underwater Odyssey is to shape and carefully nurture the young reader's experience so that children can find order, meaning and beauty on our blue planet. Krista's mission for Underwater Odyssey is to partner with like-minded individuals and corporations who believe, as she does, that the future of our blue planet lies in the hands of our children.
She is presently working on the second titled in the Underwater Odyssey series entitled: The Great Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill. Krista also facilitates environmental awareness workshops for children, in addition to writing, and loves to introduce all of her adopted marine animal friends and share their individual stories with her audiences.
With Krista's business communication company, Krista Dunlop & Associates Inc., she has researched, amongst many other topics, the evolving attitudes of non-Aboriginal issues. Her research on this topic included a detailed final report and communication education proposal (public) for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples. Later she was awarded a $30,000.00 grant by the Ontario Training Adjustment Board to develop an Aboriginal Awareness educational seminar to address those attitudes.
Krista lives in Ottawa, Canada and shares her adventurous life with her two shitzu dogs, Manna and Misha, and her umbrella cockatoo, Abbey, who have given her life's most precious gifts ... unconditional love and friendship.
Where to find Krista Dunlop online
Underwater Odyssey - "Sick & Injured Marine Animals Tell Their Stories"
by Krista Dunlop
Author Krista Dunlop, believes the future of our environmental world rests in the hands of our young children. Through the creation of her Underwater Odyssey publication series, she carefully nurtures young children's imaginations, providing windows through which they can look into their world and empower them to become "Blue Planet Legacy Hero's" and voice their environmental concerns.
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