The Chesapeake Conservancy in Annapolis has named Susan Shingledecker has vice president and new director of programs.
Shingledecker manages the partnership with the National Park Service and oversees Chesapeake Conservancy’s programs, which include community-based conservation initiatives throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed. She also works with nonprofit’s president and board of directors to determine and administer the organization’s strategic direction in accomplishing its mission.
Shingledecker has worked in a number of positions for BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety & Clean Water since 2005. Most recently, she was vice president, where she oversaw the day-to-day operation of the nonprofit and led environmental efforts at BoatUS and GEICO Marine Insurance.
She also supervised the Foundation’s boating safety and clean boating programs including the development of interactive online learning courses, boater outreach and fundraising.
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