Working out of Washington, D.C., the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s (NFWF) Delaware River Program Director has overall responsibility for the successful management of the Foundation’s grantmaking and technical assistance programs focused in the Delaware River Basin, including, but not limited to, the Delaware River Restoration Fund and the Delaware Watershed Conservation Fund. The Program Director leads a dynamic, small and efficient team that manages approximately $10-$20 million in public and private grant funding annually, leads technical assistance programs focused on the most pressing challenges to the River’s recovery, and advances NFWF’s Delaware River Business Plan.

The Program Director is charged with strengthening existing partnership

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