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Joan Drinkwin

Associate

Natural Resources Consultants Inc

HQ Phone:  (206) 285-3480

Email: j***@***.com

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Natural Resources Consultants Inc

4039 21st Avenue West Suite 404

Seattle, Washington,98199

United States

Company Description

Since 1980, Natural Resources Consultants has been a global leader in marine resource and environmental consulting. Our principals draw from unique hands on experience and science based knowledge, providing our clients with timely, well informed, independent a... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Interim Director

Northwest Straits Initiative Inc


Programs Director

Northwest Straits Foundation


Affiliations

Puget Sound Water Quality Authority

Local Liaison


Education

master's degree

University of Texas


Web References(39 Total References)


Natural Resources Consultants, (NRC)

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Joan Drinkwin (Associate)
Joan Drinkwin Associate Partner Strategic Initiatives Specialist Ms. Drinkwin specializes in designing and implementing strategic conservation programs and projects. She has 25 years of experience in developing and operationalizing collaborative conservation programs. She is a recognized leader in the field of abandoned, lost and discarded fishing gear and is regularly called on for consultation from practitioners worldwide as well as Intergovernmental Organizations (FAO, IWC). She has collaborated on significant research into impacts of derelict fishing gear and led development of a comprehensive strategy to address the problem of lost and abandoned crab pots in Puget Sound. Ms. Drinkwin has managed on-the-ground nearshore restoration projects as well as developed and directed strategic restoration programs and communications plans. She brings to all her projects strong communications skills. She has extensive grant acquisition and development experience and has raised more than $10 million for conservation work in the Salish Sea and beyond. Prior to joining NRC, Ms. Drinkwin was Programs Director (and Interim Director) for the Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Foundation, where she managed the Northwest Straits Initiative's internationally recognized Derelict Fishing Gear Program. She also developed and directed the Northwest Straits Foundation's comprehensive program to reduce shoreline armoring in Puget Sound. Ms. Drinkwin worked for the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority and the Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team. Before arriving in the Puget Sound region, Ms. Drinkwin developed and managed statewide citizen monitoring programs for the State of Texas. DOWNLOAD COMPLETE CURRICULUM VITAE :: JOAN DRINKWIN (PDF file)


Natural Resources Consultants, (NRC)

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Joan Drinkwin (Associate)


Natural Resources Consultants, (NRC)

www.nrccorp.com [cached]

Joan Drinkwin (Associate)
Natural Resources Consultants, (NRC) Joan Drinkwin (Associate) Joan Drinkwin Associate Partner Strategic Initiatives Specialist Ms. Drinkwin specializes in designing and implementing strategic conservation programs and projects. She has 25 years of experience in developing and operationalizing collaborative conservation programs. She is a recognized leader in the field of abandoned, lost and discarded fishing gear and is regularly called on for consultation from practitioners worldwide as well as Intergovernmental Organizations (FAO, IWC). She has collaborated on significant research into impacts of derelict fishing gear and led development of a comprehensive strategy to address the problem of lost and abandoned crab pots in Puget Sound. Ms. Drinkwin has managed on-the-ground nearshore restoration projects as well as developed and directed strategic restoration programs and communications plans. She brings to all her projects strong communications skills. She has extensive grant acquisition and development experience and has raised more than $10 million for conservation work in the Salish Sea and beyond. Prior to joining NRC, Ms. Drinkwin was Programs Director (and Interim Director) for the Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Foundation, where she managed the Northwest Straits Initiative's internationally recognized Derelict Fishing Gear Program. She also developed and directed the Northwest Straits Foundation's comprehensive program to reduce shoreline armoring in Puget Sound. Ms. Drinkwin worked for the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority and the Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team. Before arriving in the Puget Sound region, Ms. Drinkwin developed and managed statewide citizen monitoring programs for the State of Texas. DOWNLOAD COMPLETE CURRICULUM VITAE :: JOAN DRINKWIN (PDF file)


Sponsored Events - Global Ghost Gear - SeaWeb Seafood Summit

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Joan Drinkwin, Natural Resources Consultants
Joan Drinkwin's directed the Northwest Straits Foundation's Derelict Fishing Gear Program, overseeing the recovery of more than 5,600 lost gillnets and 4,000 lost crab pots from Puget Sound, Washington. She led the development of a comprehensive plan to prevent lost crab pots in Puget Sound, involving fishers, industry, and regulators. Ms. Drinkwin currently works for Natural Resources Consultants developing and managing ALDFG projects throughout North America. She is an Advisor to the Global Ghost Gear Initiative and participates in the GGGI Replicating Solutions Working Group.


Northwest Straits Initiative | Foundation | About

www.nwstraitsfoundation.org [cached]

Joan Drinkwin, Development Director
Joan Drinkwin, Programs Director Joan oversees projects and programs ranging from derelict fishing gear removals to nearshore restoration, outreach and education. She has worked for more than twenty years with private non-profit organizations as well as the State of Washington on marine conservation and restoration projects and policies in Puget Sound. Joan served on the City of Mount Vernon planning commission, and has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations. She has a master's degree from the University of Texas.


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