Doreen Debrum

International Member

International Member, April 2019 – present

Doreen deBrum earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administrative Management in 1999, with concentrations in Political Science and International Business. She later earned a Master’s Certificate in Public Management from Missouri State University in 2005. Other professional training and qualifications include: Certificate, FAO Project Management Cycle (2010); Certificate, Pacific Islands Marine Protected Areas Training (2010); Certificate, Sustainable Development through Environmental Education in Kobe, Japan (2008), among others. She previously served as the Fisheries Policy Advisor to the Marshall Islands Marine Resource Authority as well as the FAO Consultant for the RMI Ministry of Resources and Development from 2010 to 2012. She also worked for the Sprint Executive Office in Kansas City Missouri as an Accounts Executive from 2006 to 2008. She also served as the Undersecretary for Asia/Pacific Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Majuro from 1999 to 2005. She speaks English and Marshallese fluently as well as enjoying competence with written and spoken Japanese. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Marshall Islands Conservation Society, is a Support Member of the Micronesia Challenge Steering Committee, a member of the Pacific Islands Managed and Protected Areas Community, a member of the Micronesians in Island Conservation and Women United Together in the Marshall Islands.