I am constantly amazed and inspired by the strong, inquiring women scientists I work with here at the Marine Science Center — our volunteers, our members, our board, and our staff.
I ask you to join me in honoring these women today and the important work they do every day to inspire the conservation of the Salish Sea!
Here are just a few of PTMSC's own Women in Science:
|Lee Whitford, Interim Education Coordinator|
|Amy Johnson, Volunteer Coordinator|
|Janine Boire, Executive Director|
|Betsy Carlson, Interim Citizen Science Coordinator|
|Rebecca Mostow, AmeriCorps & Marine Exhibit Educator|
|Katie Conroy, AmeriCorps & Marine Mammal Stranding Educator|
|Carolyn Woods, AmeriCorps & Natural History Exhibit Educator|
|Zofia Knorek, AmeriCorps & Citizen Science Educator|
|Nancy Israel, Summer Camp Director and Marine Program Educator|
Thank you all!
ALISON RILEY is the Marketing & Development Coordinator at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center.
COMING SOON: The Tides of March Benefit Dinner and Auction is the Center’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds allow the Center to connect face-to-face with over 20,000 people each year, spreading the message of marine health and local action. Our playful theme this year is Undersea Spree. Register Today!