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Committee on Outreach and Education

This group provides insights and guidance on the outreach, education and communications efforts of the Wisconsin Sea Grant Program.

Members include:

Kate Angel federal consistency and coastal hazards coordinator, Wisconsin Coastal Management Program, Madison

June Breneman communications, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth

Gene Clark retired coastal engineer, Iola 

Brenda Coley co-executive director, Milwaukee Water Commons, Milwaukee 

Bart De Stasio professor, Lawrence University, Appleton

Meg Domroese director of programs and impact, Gathering Waters, Madison

Steve Galarneau director of Office of Great Waters, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison 

Scott Galetka Bayfield County land records administrator, Washburn

Jim Giglierano geographic information officer, Wisconsin Department of Administration, Madison

Tricia Gorby director, Natural Resources Institute, Division of Extension, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison  

Lee Haasch owner, Haasch Guide Service, Algoma

Vicky Harris coordinator, Wisconsin Clean Marina Program, De Pere

Charlie Henriksen Henriksen Fisheries, Sister Bay 

Jody Henseler middle-school educator, Manitowoc 

Hannah Stonehouse Hudson HSH Communications, Milwaukee

Tina Kakuske director, Door County Library, Sturgeon Bay  

Edith Leoso tribal historical preservation officer, Bad River Band of  Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe, Odanah

Paula Maday public information officer, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, Odanah

Victoria Ryberg environmental education consultant, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Madison

Anne Sayers deputy secretary, Wisconsin Department of Tourism, Madison

Jason Serck City of Superior planning and port director, Superior 

Bill West president, Blue Iris Fish Farm, Black Creek

Pat Wilborn (Aquaculture), Portfish Ltd., Port Washington