Conservation Alliance Welcomes Executive Director to Lead on New Strategy
(UNITED STATES, 3/2/2020)
Today, the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions, a global community of sustainable seafood groups, is welcoming Mariah Boyle to the team as its new Executive Director. Boyle will be bringing with her not only an impressive track record in fundraising, team building, and program design and implementation, but also ten years of partnering and problem-solving in the Alliance community itself. Her combined subject matter, operational, and contextual experience will enable her to hit the ground running as the Alliance launches into its 2020-2024 strategy this year.
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