Washington – The Center for Sportfishing Policy (CSP) is proud to announce Ms. Aine Denari, president of Brunswick Boat Group, has joined its board of directors.
“CSP is honored to welcome Aine to the board of directors,” said Jeff Angers, president of the Center for Sportfishing Policy. “We look forward to working with her to promote marine recreational fishing access and advance public policy priorities of the recreational fishing and boating industry.”
Denari was appointed president of Brunswick Boat Group in October 2020 after serving 20 years in the automotive industry and in leadership positions at major global consulting firms. Brunswick Boat Group is the largest maker of pleasure boats in the world, which includes iconic brands Boston Whaler, Sea Ray, Bayliner and many more. Brunswick (including Mercury Outboards) has long supported CSP at the highest level.
CSP also is pleased to welcome The Billfish Foundation (TBF) returning to its membership. TBF joined CSP as a Sustaining Member in April.
“The Billfish Foundation’s long history of conserving billfish and advocating for responsible fisheries management has made a difference for fish around the world,” said Angers. “We are so pleased to welcome TBF to membership in CSP.”
CSP is a coalition of leading advocates for marine recreational fishing and boating. The Center works to maximize opportunity for saltwater recreational anglers by organizing, focusing and engaging recreational fishing stakeholders to speak with one voice to shape federal marine fisheries management policy. The organization is non-partisan and focuses on having an impact in the national political arena, principally Congress and federal regulatory agencies, to promote a quality recreational fishery and improve angling and boating access. For more information on the Center for Sportfishing Policy and its partners, visit www.SportfishingPolicy.com.