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Fax Joe Ryan,
Carl Bro, DK
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Interview for Team Leader Position
Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Erongo Region, Namibia - 1997

by Carl Bro International,
for DANCED, Denmark
BLO fecit 20060122 - next page
At the end of April, 1997 and of my career at Millersville University, I received a phone call from Joe Ryan, an American working for Carl Bro International, a well-known Danish engineering company. Joe told me he had found me on the Internet, and that I was exactly the person they were looking for: 1: an oceanographer; 2: who had worked in Namibia; 3: knew about coastal zone management; and 4: could speak English, German and Afrikaans. Apparently, at that time, there were still few Google links and mine appeared under "Oranjemund." Carl Bro wanted to respond to a request for proposals by DANCED, the Danish environmental foreign aid office,to set up an International Coastal Zone Management program in the Erongo Region of Namibia. They needed an experienced team leader. I told him that not only was I most interested, but that I also would be immediately available, since I was to retire within a month!