Roy Prather Elected to National Aquarium’s Board of Directors
B&D Principal Roy Prather (Baltimore) has been elected to the National Aquarium Board of Directors. In this new role, Roy will assist in providing strategic long-term planning and oversight for the organization and inspiring conservation of the world’s aquatic environments.
Before joining the Board, Roy had been active on the National Aquarium’s Conservation Committee, where he facilitated the creation of conservation education programming focused on urban and ocean conservation for students within Baltimore City and the surrounding areas.
“I am thrilled to join the Aquarium’s board. The National Aquarium is a treasured place in Baltimore, and I look forward to working with the rest of the Board to continue its legacy of education and conservation,” said Roy.
In addition to his work with the Aquarium, Roy is also a Big Brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Baltimore as well as a mentor for Bridges Baltimore. He is also a founding member and former Director of the Black BigLaw Pipeline, Inc., a non-profit comprised of senior Black attorneys established to promote positive outcomes for Black attorneys working in large law firms.