“What I like most about working with the Alliance is knowing that the collaboration we foster through the Alliance platform enables us to address tough challenges together and achieve greater impact.”
Amy Kersteen has spent 10 years working in the environmental field. Now, as project director of the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions, she helps to ensure the continued collaboration and collective efforts of Alliance organizations. Previously, Amy spent three and a half years as senior development officer at Resources for the Future, an environmental economics research institution in Washington, D.C. She also worked as the stewardship programs manager at the Maine Island Trail Association for four years, managing wilderness islands the length of the Maine Coast. Amy holds a degree in Environmental Analysis and Policy from Boston University’s Center for Energy and Environmental Studies.