The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is seeking candidates to serve on the Board of Directors of the new Marine Debris Foundation. Candidates should represent diverse backgrounds and points of view, and have experience in marine debris, fundraising, or other non-profit work.
Board of Director Position
Twelve people, in addition to the Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, will serve as Directors on the new Marine Debris Foundation Board of Directors. The Board of Directors will represent diverse points of view relating to the assessment, prevention, reduction, and removal of marine debris.
the assessment, prevention, reduction, or removal of marine debris, which may include an individual with expertise in post-consumer materials management or a circular economy;
the assessment, prevention, reduction, or removal of marine debris outside the United States;
ocean and coastal resource conservation science or policy;
international perspectives on marine debris including expertise in trade agreements, treaties, or foreign policy; or
experience or skills related to fundraising and nonprofit management.