Raiana McKinney leads Pew’s work to modernize oversight of longline and transshipment activities at regional fishery management organizations. McKinney also works to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion within Pew and previously worked on several other international marine initiatives, including global shark conservation and strengthening the governance of global tuna fisheries. Before coming to Pew, McKinney worked for the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center and the New York City Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. She currently serves as a member of the Global Ghost Gear Initiative’s Define Best Practice and Inform Policy working group and the ICES Working Group on Technology Integration for Fishery-Dependent Data. McKinney holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and a minor in game design from New York University and is pursuing a master’s in international relations at Harvard University.