Sue Ann Scott, Vice-President, Communications firstname.lastname@example.org (506) 529-1027 Sue Ann Scott joined the staff in 1981 as a summer employee. Her early jobs in membership and research provided background and preparation for her appointment to the newly-created position of Communications Coordinator in 1992, when ASF's Boards decided that the organization must raise the profile of wild Atlantic salmon issues and our conservation programs. Since then, Sue's role has grown to include responsibility for all media and education programs, and publications. Sue serves on Canada's Atlantic Salmon Advisory Committee and on the Canadian delegation to the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization (NASCO). Chatelaine added her to the magazine's list of notable Canadian women for her public awareness and education pursuits in the magazine's millenium edition listing. The Communications Department received three awards of excellence in 2006. The media campaign on fighting acid rain on West River, Sheet Harbour received a bronze award for excellence in media relations and publicity from Bulldog Reporter. MarCom Creative Awards recognized ASF's 2006 annual report with a gold award and the Autumn 2006 Atlantic Salmon Journal received a platinum award for excellence. Sue received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Brunswick, with a major in English. She and her husband Bob have three sons, Benjamin, Nathaniel and Shane, and Waffle, their big, friendly orange cat.>> hide profile
Muriel is another employee who started at ASF in a temporary position (in 1994) and has been here ever since.
Prior to ASF, Muriel spent several years at home raising her children, doing volunteer work, and renovating and restoring an 1850s home.During this time, she worked on a part-time basis, conducting local tours and developing special events for tour and convention groups visiting the St. Andrews area.Before children, she worked in public relations and in tourism.
Now that their sons are on their own, Muriel and her husband, John, have taken on two canine children, Sable and Miranda.
Tom Moffatt joined ASF in 1998, with a background in environmental education and public relations stretching back to 1974. Through the years he has worked as an interpretive naturalist for the Canadian Wildlife Service, managed an art-and-nature centre, edited the St. Croix Courier, a long-established bi-weekly newspaper for southwest New Brunswick, and undertaken issues research, media development and web work for the St. Croix International Waterway Commission and the St. Croix Estuary Project. He has been photographing landscapes and nature subjects for nearly 50 years, with his images exhibited in the National Exhibition Centre and the Beaverbrook Gallery. His explorations have taken him on eight trips (totaling 24 months) in the mountains of central Asia, as well as to many regions in Europe and across North America. He holds a B.Sc. from the U. of Guelph; a B.Ed. from UNB, and a M.S.Ed. in environmental education from Northern Illinois University. He lives with his wife Anne and daughter Annapurna in a 200-year-old family home on St. David Ridge with their seven rescued cats.
At this time Tom Moffatt is acting as Headquarters coordinator of ASF Fish Friends
Martin Silverstone's involvement with ASF goes way back, all the way to 1980 when he worked as a field assistant on a study of NorthShore rivers that was sponsored by ASF.
Later Martin left biology, went into editing, and was hired as an assistant editor of the Atlantic Salmon Journal.He worked in the Montreal office from 1989 to 1991 and helped move the publications office to St. Andrews, where he worked until 1993.
Since then Martin has edited a variety of magazines, including Canadian Wildlife and Equinox. He returned to take the helm of the Atlantic Salmon Journal in 2001.
Martin is an avid cross country and telemark skier in winter and also enjoys squash, tennis, and a little rugby in the snow-free months.
Irene has been with the ASF family since 2000. She has a Bachelor of Applied Arts from Ryerson University and spent several years as a media planner, buyer, supervisor and director for Toronto and Miami advertising agencies.
In addition to selling advertising space in the "Atlantic Salmon Journal", Irene assists with its layout and content, edits magazine proofs, researches and writes articles, coordinates with freelance designers, writers and photographers, as well as with printers, and mail and newsstand distribution houses.
Irene includes among her special interests flyfishing, travel, cooking, reading, and looking after her two Weimeraners.
She is married to a marine scientist and they have a teenage son, who has a passion for salmon angling and fly tying.
Join the St. Croix River Alewife Migration June 8th, 2012
On Saturday, June 9, groups and individuals concerned about the future survival of native alewives (gaspereau) on the St. Croix River will symbolically escort this historically and ecologically important fish up the river.