Sue White, Earthtrust's most experienced program manager, heads up Earthtrust's DriftNetwork program. A highly experienced researcher, White serves as an important contact to persons seeking information about the status of driftnet fishing around the world, and campaigns vigorously for a ban on this destructive fishing technique. She is responsible for coordinating driftnet investigations and field campaigns. Ms. White has worked with a number of environmental and community service organizations in Hawaii before coming to Earthtrust. As a volunteer with the National Marine Fisheries Service, she participated in a green sea turtle and Hawaiian monk seal tagging program, and worked with monk seals in captivity. She organized the very successful "Get the drift and bag it," Oahu-wide beach cleanup campaign. Ms. White also served as a litter control specialist with the Hawaii state litter control office, and as director of the Hawaii Mother's Milk Bank.
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