Ted Sensenbrenner is a Program Manager for the BoatU.S. Foundation for Boating Safety & Clean Water and oversees the informal product testing series, Foundation Findings.
team have covered a broad range of issues from environmental products such as fuel spill prevention devices to safety products such as man overboard and recovery systems.
Outside of BoatU.S., Ted
serves on the Special Risks and Accident Reporting & Analysis committee for the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators
was also instrumental in the Association's Staged Collision series by securing the needed boats and promoting the behind the scenes work of accident investigators.
Ted also serves as chairman of the Occupant Protection subcommittee of the newly formed American Boat and Yacht Council Product Interface Committee.
Before joining BoatU.S., Ted delivered yachts and was a professional sailor in the ocean going maxi-yacht racing class.
He then served as marina manager at the Mill Reef Club in Antigua, West Indies.
After his tenure in the Caribbean, Ted returned stateside to get an MBA and was determined to make his hobby his career.
has been with BoatU.S. for 10 years.