Shari Sant Plummer
Shari is co-founder and President of Code Blue Foundation, she is also Secretary/Trustee of the Summit Charitable Foundation, Vice President of Seacology, and a board member of the Sylvia Earle Alliance/Mission Blue. Shari is also a member of the BLUE Ocean Film Festival Advisory Board, World Wildlife Fund’s National Council. As a producer Shari has worked on many environmental films including Executive Producer on “Mission Blue” and “Chasing Coral” on Netflix. She is also Executive Producer on “Anote’s Ark” which premiered Jan. 2018 at the Sundance Film Festival, and has “Sharkwater Extinction” and “Ghost Fleet” in production for release in 2018.
A graduate of NYU with a BA in Sociology, Shari worked as Design Director and Senior Stylist for Ralph Lauren in New York for nine years before moving to San Francisco to be Esprit’s Visual Director. She later founded the environmental fashion and home furnishings store Worldware in San Francisco in 1994, one of the first cutting edge lifestyle stores with an environmental focus. She sold the business in 2001 to devote herself full-time to her conservation work. Shari also studied advanced photography at International Center of Photography in NY, and has a Producing Certification from UCLA Film School.
An avid diver and ocean activist, Shari travels extensively throughout the world promoting ocean conservation and environmental awareness. Dan and Shari split their time between Malibu, California and the Catskills in NY with their yellow lab Brody.