|Todd C. Stiles|
Captain Todd C. Stiles, NOAA
|Allegiance||National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Corps|
|Commands held||Commissioned Personnel Center|
Captain Todd C. Stiles, NOAA, is the Director, Commissioned Personnel Center which is part of NOAA’s Marine and Aviation Operations. As Director of the Commissioned Personnel Center, Captain Stiles is responsible for providing NOAA with the men and women who operate NOAA’s fleet of ships and aircraft. The Commissioned Personnel Center is a unique personnel system within NOAA. The Commissioned Personnel Center is responsible for approximately 300 NOAA Corps officers and associated human resource activities which include: recruitment, appointment, training, assignments, promotion, separation, retirement, officer entitlements (pay and benefits), etc.
Captain Stiles was appointed to the NOAA Corps 77th Basic Officer Training Class located at the Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, New York. His operational career includes four sea assignments of which he served as Commanding Officer aboard NOAA Ship CHAPMAN and NOAA Ship OREGON II. Prior to assuming the role of Director, Commissioned Personnel Center in September 2006, Captain Stiles was assigned to the office of Program Planning and Integration as Executive Officer.
Captain Stiles holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marine Biology from Roger Williams University. He has also attended numerous leadership and supervisory management seminars throughout his career. Captain Stiles will attend the prestigious Federal Executive Institute in the coming year where he has been invited to participate in the Leadership for a Democratic Society course.
Captain Stiles currently resides in Annapolis, Maryland, with his wife Lisa and their three daughters, Alexandra, Madison, and Chase.
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