In the past few months CSP has had to say goodbye to three valuable leaders who helped make CSP one of the leading conservation organizations in the region.
to lead our Education Program; Roseo Marquez led the Terrestrial Program for six years as the Program Manager; and Liz Terk served two years in the Deputy Director role. Their 15
years combined experience will be greatly missed.
area of climate change and its effect on the Pacific Islands. He has co-founded the NGO Pacific Islands Climate Change Revolution. Ms. Terk looks to build upon her experience as a
dive instructor and working in conservation by pursuing a master’s degree. She is studying Marine Biodiversity and Conservation at the prestigious Scripps Institute of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego. CSP is proud of the work done by these three and feels honored to help build the capacity of these young leaders.
both from Oklahoma State University.
energy, and community based development. He is excited to be a part of the CSP family and looks forward to helping preserve Pohnpei’s natural beauty.