The Klamath Network staff consists of five core staff members including the Network Coordinator, Data Manager, Program Assistant, Lead Botanist, and Aquatic Ecologist. In addition to the core staff, contractors, temporary, and seasonal employees are hired to help reach and maintain the goals of the Network.
The Network's supervisory oversight is provided by a Board of Directors (BOD), made up of the Superintendents from the six network parks and the Associate Regional Director from the Pacific West Region. The Pacific West Region I&M Coordinator and the Network Coordinator are ex officio members of the Board. The BOD is chaired by one of the six Superintendents; a term as chairperson lasts two years. Every Superintendent must serve a term before any is eligible to serve a second term.
The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) provides technical advice and assistance to both the Network office and the BOD. This committee is made up of the six Resource Chiefs, the Network Coordinator, and the Network Data Manager. The TAC coordinates the KLMN I&M activities and provides decision points to the BOD. In addition, the TAC imparts guidance to the subject expert workgroup. The Network Coordinator is responsible for convening regular meetings and inviting other park staff, partners, and contributors as dictated by the meeting agenda.
The Network's Work Groups are composed of subject experts and interested personnel who provide advice to the Technical Advisory Committee on particular topics. The groups are primarily composed of personnel selected from the Network parks and allied federal agencies in the area. Nonfederal specialists from state agencies, neighboring universities, or nonprofit organizations are also invited to participate in meetings on an ad hoc basis.