Dr. Christine Knott completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship with FOCI WP9 and has started a new position as assistant professor in Women Gender and Sexuality Studies at San Diego State University. Her post-doctoral fellowship with the Ocean Frontier Institute (OFI) in the Department of Geography at Memorial University, addressed Social License and Planning in Coastal Communities. Her research expertise aims to develop a better understanding of the current gendered and racialized labour processes within the aquaculture and seafood processing industries and their dynamics within communities and workplaces. These explorations allow Dr. Knott to investigate the significance of the interactions among resource dependent communities, government policies, global corporate capitalism, ecological and economic mobility regimes, and animal enclosure and commodification. Dr. Knott FOCI Work Package 9, Inclusion, social justice and equity in urban and rural coastal communities resulted in the development of a website and podcast series Fishy Feminist; Imagining Inclusive, Just & Equitable Fish-Human Relations - https://www.fishyfeminist.com/. Christine continues in role of co-investigator for FOCI WP9.