Nicole LeBoeuf, Assistant Administrator for NOAA's National Ocean Service | Coastal Conundrum

October 7, 2021

Get to know the leader of the National Ocean Service!

This month on Coastal Conundrum, we’re excited to welcome back Nicole LeBoeuf, the Assistant Administrator for NOAA's National Ocean Service, to talk about what the Nation’s premiere coastal and ocean agency has been up to since 2020. The show focuses on new themes, initiatives, and changes across the ocean service related to enhancing  coastal resilience in the face of climate change impacts and the promotion of green infrastructure.  

Nicole R. LeBoeuf Assistant Administrator, NOAA’s National Ocean Service
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Bill O'Beirne

Bill O'Beirne is the principal at O'Beirne & Associates LLC where he is providing guidance on coastal zone planning, management and governance as well as advice and guidance on coastal resilience. Bill has been involved in coastal planning and management for over thirty years, working at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Institute for Environmental Negotiation. He has worked with local, state, and territorial Coastal Zone Management and Estuarine Reserve Programs in almost every region in the US. That work included programmatic, governance and topical issues ranging from enhancing public access, watershed management, to planning for resilience. He has a masters of Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia.