Meet us on the beach here at Ka'ehu in Waiehu (Maui, HI) on the 4th Sunday of every month from 9am to noon!
Cheryl graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in biology/psychology (focusing on marine mammal behavior) from Southampton College of Long Island University (NY) and has a Master’s of Science in marine biology from Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center (FL). She has lived on Maui since the year 2000 and continues to explore from there.
Although Cheryl is interested in everything ocean-related, she specializes in Hawaiian endangered species research, rescue and management and has a deep passion for ocean conservation, especially the impacts of marine debris. Cheryl has been professionally cleaning coastlines with many organizations since 2003 and officially started this SHARKastics project in 2010. She's a shark enthusiast, although not a shark specialist or a website designer, but still wants to spread the word about this issue. Please use this site's images for educational purposes, but contact Cheryl first so she can track where they're goin'... Mahalo!
You can follow Cheryl's adventures on Instagram: CherylSandyKing
MAHALO NUI LOA to the thousands of volunteers who have supported this project over the years! The ocean animals greatly appreciate it!
Have questions or want to learn more? We have a passion for marine debris and ocean conservation so would love to share it with you. Fill this out or email directly to SHARKastics@gmail.com.