Friends of Virgin Islands National Park is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of community-oriented leaders who represent a variety of interests in the Virgin Islands from both the public and private sectors.
A small, versatile team of full-time, part-time, and contracted staff is responsible for a range of natural and cultural resource protection and education programs including sea turtles, coral, and native plants, trails maintenance, volunteer recruitment and management, and fundraising and event management.
Annual General Meeting
January 28, 2023 | Details To Come
Friends of Virgin Islands holds a public Annual Meeting at which National Park Service, Friends and community leaders deliver updates on priorities for the Park.
The January 2022 meeting was open to everyone and was held virtually via zoom. Our keynote speakers were Park Superintendent Nigel Fields, and Dr. Paul Jobsis, Director of University of Virgin Islands Center for Marine & Environmental Studies.