The American Littoral Society is pleased to announce the appointment of Ryan Flood to the position of Development Assistant. He will work out of our Sandy Hook office.
Ryan has a long association with this area and Sandy Hook, as well as with the coast. He has spent most of his life living along the Jersey Shore, filling free time with activities in and around the area’s ocean and rivers, including surfing, fishing, and hiking.
While attending Monmouth County's Marine Academy of Science & Technology (aka M.A.S.T.) on Sandy Hook, Ryan dove into Oceanography and Marine Sciences and helped crew the school’s 65-foot research vessel the "Blue Sea".
Those experiences sparked a passion for the ecosystems and organisms that are native to and migrate through this area. He now shares those experiences with his son and hopes to pass on a love of nature.
Ryan comes to the Littoral Society with a background in Media and Advertising, having graduated Rutgers University with a B.A. in Journalism. He also double minored in Environmental Policy and Public Policy.
His last 10 years were spent working at media and technology companies in New Jersey and New York City, most recently with Gannett's USA Today Network.
Please reach out to Ryan if you have questions about your Littoral Society membership, making a donation, setting up an event or establishing a partnership. Contact Ryan at: email@example.com.