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DOROTHY L. LEONARD,
Technical Writer and Editor

 
Proposal: Experienced technical writer and editor seeking a part-time consulting position. Prefer working from home using the latest versions of Microsoft Office. Access to software for desktop PC and Macbook.  Publications List is available upon request.
 
Client History: Lengthy career in local, state and Federal government. Retired from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration after 20 years of service.

Consultancy Clients:

  • The World Bank

  • Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Commission

  • Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Commission

  • Oyster Recovery Partnership

  • South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium

  • Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission

  • The Nature Conservancy

  • University of Maryland’s Center of Marine Biotechnology (COMB)

  • Porto Vecchio Homeowners Association, Virginia

  • New York State Department of State


            

Ocean Equities LLC, President (full resume is available)

Ocean Equities, LLC, a woman-owned Maryland business was founded in 2000 by Dorothy Leonard. The company has over 35 years of experience in coastal and watershed management, aquaculture development, shellfish public health, shellfish restoration, coastal water quality and fisheries management. 

Nonprofit/Board Participation:

Haereticus Laboratory, Board of Directors: Haereticus Environmental Laboratory (HEL) is a non-profit scientific organization dedicated to increasing the scientific, social and economic knowledge of natural environmental habitats to better conserve and restore threatened environmental habitats and resources.  http://www.haereticus-lab.org/ .

Global Coral Repository, Board of Directors

The Global Coral Repository’s mission is to restore degraded and destroyed reefs across the world; our primary purpose is one of environmental restoration by activities that: (1) Cryo-preserve and archive all coral species on the planet. (2) Identify the factors and their sources that caused the coral reef decline; (3) Work with local, regional, and national governments, non-governmental organization, and interested stakeholders to mitigate the activities that destroy coral reefs; and (4) Using cryo-archived samples from regional repositories, propagate and restore degraded coral reefs once water quality has returned to levels productive to coral sustainability.  http://www.coralrepository.org/

Thompson Creek Maryland Grows Oysters Program

credit: Olympusaquaculture.com

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