Corpus Christi, Texas
Bobbi Reed works on special projects, government contracts, and as program assistant to the executive director of the Gulf of Mexico Foundation. She recently retired from the federal government after more than 30 years of service.
Mrs. Reed began her career in Washington, DC with the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation. She served as Special Assistant to the head of that agency until the late ’70s when she moved to Texas with her husband. Since that time she has worked with other natural resource agencies, including the US Geological Survey’s Office of Marine Geology and the Minerals Management Service. Her work experience has been predominantly in the fields of administration, management, and coordination.
Mrs. Reed has many years of experience in meeting planning, meeting management, team building, and facilitation, and has led workshops on those topics for both governmental and nongovernmental entities. Her hobbies include fiction writing and caring for her golden retriever and five cats.