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Biologist

Barbara Irene Blonder, American Biologist. Volunteer firefighter Town of Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, 1991-1993.

Background

Blonder, Barbara Irene was born on March 24, 1961 in Framingham, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Fred Daniel and Margery Sharon (Pulda) Blonder.

Education

Bachelor in Zoology, University New Hampshire, 1981. Master of Science in Marine Biology, Florida Technology, 1985.

Career

Marine science teacher, divemaster International Field Studies, Andros, Bahamas, 1982-1983. Biologist Bionetics Corporation, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, 1985-1986. Fishery biologist National Marine Fisheries Service, Panama City, 1986.

Biological science II Florida Department Natural Sciences, Marathon, 1986-1989, environmental specialist II Apopka, 1989-1991. Land steward The Nature Conservancy, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, 1991—1999. Biologist, steward North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve, 1999—2001.

Biologist The Nature Conservancy, Florida, 2001—2003. Assistant professor, coordinator natural science Flagler College, St. Augustine, since 2003.

Membership

Volunteer firefighter Town of Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, 1991-1993.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: windsurfing, bicycling, traveling.

Connections

Married David Arthur Haynes, May 9, 1993.

father:
Fred Daniel Blonder

mother:
Margery Sharon (Pulda) Blonder

spouse:
David Arthur Haynes