BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JOHN “BARLEY DUNNE”
Jeff is currently the Chief Growth Officer for Social Native. Previously, Jeff was the co-founder of Buddy Media. Salesforce acquired Buddy Media in 2012. Jeff also serves as managing partner of Ragovin Ventures. Ragovin Ventures advises startups with proven methodologies and techniques to scale faster and smarter. Jeff was born and raised in Manhattan and graduated from the State University of New York at Oswego with a BA in Broadcasting and Mass Media.
Dr. Scarlett Magda is a veterinarian and Founding President of Veterinarians International. She is passionate about raising awareness of the interconnectedness of humans, animals and the environment and promoting one health principles. She started oyster farming in 2012 with Cornell Cooperative Extension's SPAT program and helped start our pubic oyster garden in 2016. She enjoys scuba diving, horseback riding and of course eating oysters in her free time!
Frank has been the executive director of the South Fork Natural History Museum (SOFO) since 2010. He has a marine biology degree from Long Island University, Southampton. Before his position at the museum, Frank worked for twelve years as a Bay Management Specialist, restoring and enhancing shellfish populations for the Town of East Hampton. Frank has added many new educational programs and new initiatives to SOFO’s mission during his leadership. He is an avid birder, naturalist and lives in Sag Harbor, New York.
Irene Tully is a longtime member of the East End community, and was an elementary school educator since 1970, retiring from Springs School in June 2012. Her other board and civic involvement has included the Ross School, LTV, Parrish Art Museum, the Watermill Center, LongHouse Reserve, the Group for the East End and SoFO. Irene is committed to organizations that protect the natural environment. In retirement she works at cross-pollinating between area schools and the institutions and museums she supports. Ms. Tully enjoys birdwatching, photography, painting and being a grandmother for winter months in Los Angeles where she volunteers at WISH Charter School. She has lived on Shinnecock Bay since 1967 and is committed to protecting our waters.