Associate Director, NY Seascape
Noah Chesnin is the Associate Director for the Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) New York Seascape program where he works on conservation engagement and policy advocacy efforts. He also serves as Chair of the Aquarium Conservation Partnership, a consortium of 26 U.S. aquariums working collaboratively on conservation policy.
Noah received his BA in humanities from Yale University and his Master of Environmental Management from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
Prior to serving as Associate Director, he served as the Policy Manager for the NY Seascape program. Before joining WCS, Noah served as the Knauss Sea Grant Fellow in the Office of Congressman Sam Farr (CA-20), as a consultant for the Natural Resources Defense Council, as an intern with the White House Council on Environmental Quality and as a staff member for the Conservation Law Foundation.
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