Friends Conversations with NCTC Staff

  • October 23, 2013
  • 7:00 PM
  • Library in the Commons

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For Friends Members and their guests.  
A CONVERSATION WITH  
NCTC DIRECTOR: Jay Slack 

 Director Slack will speak to us and answer our questions about the mission, vision, and principles of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,  the agency's structure and organization,  and the role that is played by the National Conservation Training Center in supporting Fish and Wildlife  priorities and its people.  He will also respond to your questions about his experiences before coming to NCTC. 

Jay Slack became NCTC's second  Director in September 2008, after nine years as Chief of the endangered species program and Coordinator for endangered species consultations with other Federal agencies and another nine years as supervisor for the Vero Beach ecological services offices.  In addition, for two years, he served as Deputy Director for the Services Mountain/Prairie region.  Jay earned the U.S. Department of Interior's meritorious service award in 2005.  His interests include a range of outdoor pursuits, including fishing, birding, and hunting, and work with fine woods in his home workshop.

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