Carl Rebstock, Executive
Director, is a marine biologist and educator. He spent five years
teaching marine science at the Monterey Bay Aquarium (MBA). Carl
is active in fisheries issues at local and regional levels: as chair
of the Education Panel at the 1999 Pacific Marine Conservation Council/MBA
Rockfish Forum; co-editor of a fisheries community discussion guide
published by the World Wildlife Fund, the Harbinger Institute, and
MBA; and founding board member of the Fishermen's Aquaculture Program,
Moss Landing, Calif. Carl is an adjunct faculty member of the University
of California Extension, Davis, and serves on the national faculty
of the Kettering Foundation.
a master's degree in marine environmental studies from the University
of Alaska, Fairbanks. His research explored the efficacy of bioremediation
as a mechanism for cleaning the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill. He
is a recipient of a Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship,
during which he analyzed international marine policy for the Office
of the Oceanographer of the Navy, Washington, D.C.
the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve and is a Medical Service
corps aviator. He currently serves as the Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff--Operations
for the 20-state Western Regional Medical Command. In 2001, he was
mobilized to support Homeland defense by serving as Coordinator
for the National Disaster Medical System for the Pacific Northwest.
Carl formerly commanded a battalion responsible for conducting networked,
computer simulations training across 12 Northwestern states, and
served as the Chief Operating Officer of a continuously operating
medical flight facility in central Alaska.