Currently, there are no vacant seats or positions on the council. Please check back for future vacancies or contact Jean Prevo with any questions.
For more information about the Office of National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Councils, please visit https://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/management/ac/.
Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council actively recruits for new members and alternates when positions are available. Check our website frequently for updates on how you can help manage your underwater treasures! We also welcome your participation at future council meetings!
The Importance of Diversity
Whether within a natural ecosystem or a human community, diversity creates strength and resilience. NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries values the remarkable diversity of knowledge, perspectives, and experience found throughout sanctuary communities, and invites a wide range of individuals to seek membership on our sanctuary advisory councils. With a diverse membership, advisory councils can broaden access to understanding and participation in marine conservation and governance, foster innovation and creative problem solving, and can help advance the mission of the National Marine Sanctuary System.
"National marine sanctuaries are dedicated to the conservation, protection, and enhancement of America's marine and cultural legacy," said John Armor, director of the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. "They are also places where people from diverse backgrounds can find common ground and discuss possible solutions to critical challenges facing the ocean. We welcome and value the wide range of perspectives and expertise that advisory council members bring to the national marine sanctuary system."