Bob Bendick is director of The Nature Conservancy's Gulf of Mexico Program. Prior to this, Bob was the Conservancy's director of U.S. Government Relations at the World Office in Arlington, Virginia, supervising the Conservancy's relationships with Congress and the Obama Administration over a wide range of policy activities. Before coming to Washington, D.C., Bob was vice president and managing director of the ten-state Southern U.S. Region of the Conservancy. He has been with The Nature Conservancy since 1995 in various roles. Prior to working for TNC, Bob was deputy commissioner for natural resources of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation managing natural resources functions in New York State government. During this time, he also served as chair for three years of the Northern Forest Lands Council. He was also the director of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, supervising all conservation and environmental functions of Rhode Island State government.
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- D16. Finding Common Ground: Can Conservation Bridge Society’s Divisions?
October 13, 2018
10:30 AM - Noon