As the new executive director of the Sea Tow Foundation, which promotes safe boating practices, Michael Wesolowski has his sights set on creating an improved website for users.
Mr. Wesolowski was recently hired as executive director for the foundation, which was formed in 2007 by Sea Tow founder Joseph Frohnhoefer.
“Another goal for the immediate future is making our Sea Tow Foundation website — boatingsafety.com — more responsive on mobile phones,” Mr. Wesolowski said in a press release. “The site has a wealth of reference material on it and we want to make it more accessible, so people won’t have to pinch and zoom so much on mobile phones.”
Mr. Wesolowski, a resident of New Berlin in central New York, is a recreational boater with a background in nonprofit marketing and communications, according to a release. He led the New Berlin Housing and Preservation Company, a nonprofit economic development organization and went on from there to create development strategies for Malignant Hyperthermia Association of the United States, a national nonprofit rare disorder advocacy.
“We are delighted to have Michael, with his wealth of experience leading nonprofit organizations, at the helm of the Sea Tow Foundation,” said Kristen Frohnhoefer, the vice president of the Sea Tow board of directors. “He will help us to steer the foundation into the future and to have an even greater impact on enhancing boater safety on the water.”