Céline Cousteau is founder and executive director of CauseCentric Productions, a non-profit organization creating cause focused multi-media content. Ms Cousteau’s current major work “Tribes on the Edge” is based on the plight of the indigenous tribes of the Vale do Javari reserve in the Brazilian Amazon. Included in this monumental project is a documentary film, engagement and education campaign, coffee table book, multimedia art exhibit, and sculpture installation in the Amazon – with a targeted launch of fall 2016. Member of the World Economic Forum Council on Oceans, Céline holds a masters in International and Intercultural Management and is fluent in three languages. Daughter of ocean explorer and filmmaker Jean-Michel Cousteau and granddaughter of the legendary Jacques Yves Cousteau, Céline was international spokeswoman for the La Prairie skincare company from 2007 through 2014, guiding their marine conservation initiatives. From 2010-2014 she worked with Contiki Holidays as their Sustainability Partner transitioning in 2015 to partner with their umbrella Foundation, TreadRight. Currently brand ambassador for Serengeti Sunglasses and Guest Designer with an international brand for jewelry design, Céline sits on the boards of Plant a Fish, Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation and on the Board of Advisors for Marine Construction Technologies. Often traveling as a public speaker, Céline is also mother to a young boy.