Tim Dillingham has led the American Littoral Society as its Executive Director since 2003.
His work has led to expanded advocacy regarding the restoration of Barnegat Bay and other coastal areas, new partnerships to promote community based restoration projects, expansion of marine education programs in underserved communities throughout New Jersey, the launch of a “Spill Spotters” program to engage local communities in coastal stewardship and spill response, and renewed focus on the conservation and restoration of Jamaica Bay, NYC.
He has a BS in biology, and a graduate degree in coastal and marine resource management from the University of Rhode Island.
He serves on the Boards of the Institute for Marine and Coastal Studies, Rutgers University, Restore America’s Estuaries (Chair), the NJ Climate Change Adaptation Alliance and the NJ League of Conservation Voters.
• Scuba Diving
• Advisory and Science and Technical Committees of the Barnegat Bay Partnership
• Gubernatorial appointee to the Highlands Water Protection and Planning Council
• Blue Ribbon Panel on Offshore Wind Turbines.
• Shorebird Advisory Committee of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission.
American Littoral Society
18 Hartshorne Drive
Highlands, NJ 07732