Exulans provides enforcement and compliance solutions to support marine conservation. We work globally and keep offices in Mountain View, CA and Seattle, WA.
We take our name from Diomedea exulans, the Wandering albatross. Exulans spends most of its life soaring over the ocean, regularly tracking fishing vessels as they ply their trade. Exulans features prominently in maritime lore, and we are inspired by its reputation as a constant watcher of the ocean.
Meaghan Brosnan is an expert in the field of compliance and enforcement. She started her career as a Federal law enforcement officer in the U.S. Coast Guard, operating in the Eastern Pacific and Alaska. She rose quickly to become the Deputy Chief of the Coast Guard’s Living Marine Resource Enforcement Program. She left this position to manage The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Ending Illegal Fishing campaign, where she developed technology and policy solutions for illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing in coastal Africa and throughout the Pacific. She continues to serve in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, leading a 22-person law enforcement team. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the U.S Coast Guard Academy and her Masters in Marine Affairs from the University of Washington’s School of Marine Affairs.
Gregg Casad retired from the U.S. Coast Guard after a 20-year career primarily focused on living marine resource and ocean policy. His assignements included serving as the Agency's designated representative to the Pacific Fisheries Management Council, Deputy Chief for Living Marine Resources Enforcement and Liaison Officer to Department of State and NOAA in Washington DC. He specializes in review of domestic legislation, Regional Fishery Management Organizations' conservation and management measures, and treaties to address Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. Gregg also lended subject matter expertise to Department of Defense and Department of Commerce's capacity building activities to combat IUU fishing in the North Pacific Ocean, Coral Triangle, and West Africa. He holds a Bachelor's degree from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and a Master of Marine Affairs with a graduate certificate in Environmental Management from the University of Washington.