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Brian DuVall
President and CEO
Direct Line: 856-361-1010

Brian DuVall has worked for the Center since 1989 when it was still in the design phase. After earning his B.A. in biology at Lawrence University and his M.S. in fisheries resources at the University of Wisconsin, Brian worked at the John G. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago for eight years as aquarist, fish’s department manager and assistant curator of fishes. In 1992, he became the director of husbandry and operations and eventually COO and executive vice president of the Adventure Aquarium. Brian became president and CEO of the Center in 2000 and now focuses on overseeing all aspects of its activities, impact and support structures and board relations. Brian also serves as a lead AZA accreditation inspector, vice chairman of the animal policy committee of the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Treasurer of the united way council of partner agency executives and member of the AZA aquarium affairs committee. In his free time. Brian enjoys photography, boats, bicycles and cooking.

Angela Wenger
Executive Vice President and COO
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Debbie Jones
VP of Finance and HR Services
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Barbara Kelly
Director of Institutional Advancement

Direct Line: 856-361-1014

Barbara Kelly joined the Center in 2009 as the Family Program Coordinator. She earned her B.S. in Biology at Roanoke College and earned her M.S. in Marine Biology at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Since then, she has worked as a high school biology teacher and park ranger. Currently, Barbara works on fundraising strategies and efforts to build the organization’s capacity to achieve and exceed its revenue goals. During her free time, Barbara enjoys gardening and spending time at the beach.

Dr. Alejandro Vagelli
Director of Science and Conservation

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Jack Carr
Director of Education and Engagement

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Cheronda Frazier
Director of Community Engagement

Cheronda Frazier is the CAUSE project director. Ms. Frazier has an undergraduate degree in Natural Resource Management and Applied Ecology, with an option in Marine Science. She has extensive experience in science education and youth programming, from presenting workshops to developing and implementing public and urban youth programs.