In 2015 Tharaka Sriram founded the ocean literacy initiative called “Ocean Education”, where she inspires people for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and fights for the establishment of a global network of strongly protected MPAs.

She also works as a campaigner for the world’s largest whale and dolphin conservation organization – WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation. There, she is  committed to stop whaling and inform people about the “Green Whale” – the essential role of whales as the largest climate protectors and our allies against climate change.

As a linguist and political scientist, she has lived on six of the seven continents. The six languages that she speaks fluently made it easier for her to work at the UN, NGOs, ministries and institutions that focused on the issues of women’s rights, development cooperation, Youth and marine conservation.