He has a journalism degree from Southern Oregon University and spent 15 years as a newspaper reporter and freelance writer in the West, including stints in Oregon, Wyoming and Montana. Journal and helped coordinate grassroots environmental campaigns in defense of the Everglades bioregion in Florida. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. She holds a master’s in library and information science from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s in political science from Arizona State University. Twitter: @ts4biodiversity. Delia Ridge Creamer, Oceans Campaigner, works to protect the oceans from offshore drilling, fracking, and plastic pollution. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from the College of William & Mary. He holds a PhD in Global Studies from UC Santa Barbara. Before joining the Center, Laiken worked with the National Park Service studying threats to wilderness character throughout the Rocky Mountain West, including Big Bend National Park and Organ Pipe National Monument. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Before joining the Center she was a scientific researcher investigating global patterns of amphibian disease and the impacts of wildlife trade. His writing received IFAW's Animal Action Award in 2012 and has been nominated for several other awards. Brett Hartl, Government Affairs Director, coordinates the Center's work on federal legislative issues that affect endangered species, public lands, oceans, climate and energy. Stephanie Parent, Senior Attorney, works in the Center's Environmental Health program. Hartl gained a real property level and spent 2 yrs selling property in the Eau Claire region. Marc graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School with a certificate in environmental and natural resources law, and received a bachelor's in political science from Florida Atlantic University. Brytnee Laurette, Public Lands Campaigner, organizes and advocates for the protection of public lands from extractive industry, recognizing that those lands are Indigenous and working to honor that legacy so that future generations can know the land as past ones have. Berkeley. She holds a bachelor’s in biology from Oberlin College. Kim Dinan, Media Specialist, works on communications for the Center’s Population and Sustainability Program. in geography from Colgate University and completed a master's in environmental studies at Brown University before attending Vermont Law School. Dan is a graduate of Northeastern University Law School and Hamilton College. Contact: Victor, ID, 303.854.7748, asantarsiere. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.283.5474 ext. She has a certificate in general business. 103, email Stephanie. She has been in public policy advocacy for 12 years and served as the director of the Bay Area Chapter of the Sierra Club for five years before leaving to complete her master of environmental management degree at the Nicholas School of Environment at Duke University. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. He was a GIS specialist at the Sky Island Alliance before joining the Center. She has also led development programs and built capacity for nonprofits in higher education, social services, a historical society and a global news service. In addition to his journalism, John's fiction, poetry, essays and comics have been published in magazines and anthologies around the world. Jean has a background in litigation and has also worked in documentary filmmaking. Prior to joining the Center, Scott worked as Idaho director at Western Watersheds Project and as a law clerk for the Alaska Supreme Court. 306, email Anna. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.433.1091, email Heather. Amy Plopper, Senior Development Operations Associate, provides support on operational and analytical tasks related to membership as well as supporting our Leadership Circle members. Before joining the Center she was an intern or fellow with the Environmental Protection Agency and numerous conservation organizations, including the Western Environmental Law Center and Cascadia Wildlands. Before joining the Center, Maya was a staff attorney for Communities for a Better Environment, where she advocated for environmental justice in California's low-income communities of color. Before joining the Center, she lived in Oregon for 22 years working in the IT field at Intel and Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality, where she oversaw technology projects and did web programming and database administration. Ashley holds a law degree from the University of Colorado, a master of science in chemistry from Chalmers University of Technology, and a bachelor's in biological and environmental engineering from Cornell University. Paulo Lopes, Public Lands Policy Specialist, works in the Center's D.C. office helping with legal, policy and coalition efforts. M. mbauer013 Well-Known Member. Patrick Donnelly, Nevada State Director, works to defend the wildlife and wild places of Nevada, with a focus on endemic species and groundwater resources. Anna Mirocha, Web Editor, works to expand and maintain the Center's websites, building new pages to tell the public about our organization, our creative media, our campaigns and the countless species we defend. Contact: Sacramento, CA, 520.609.8334, email Bill. She is the founding president of the Social Marketing Association of North America, which works to advance behavior change for social good, and is a certified family planning health worker. Bill Haskins, Information Technology Director, is in charge of the Center's computer systems, networking and website management. 324, email Cybele. She serves on the board of the Crag Law Center. During his time at USC, John conducted research exploring the links between aspects of climate change and biological oxygen demand in marine waters off of the Los Angeles coast. Contact: Asheville, NC, email Kim
She has 20 years of experience as a professional writer and editor, and holds an MFA in fiction writing from the University of Arizona and a master's in English literature from U.C. Robin Hartl 304, email Linda. Contact: Denver, CO, 303.915.8308, email msaul. Hollin Kretzmann, Senior Attorney, helps the Center's Climate Law Institute advocate for action that will mitigate the effects of climate change. 337, email Kristen. Sarah holds a bachelor's in wildlife conservation from the University of Delaware, a master's in biology from Villanova University, and a master's of public administration from the University of Arizona. She also worked as a legal assistant and office manager for the Oregon Citizens’ Utility Board, which represents the interests of Oregon’s residential utility customers. Peter Broderick, Staff Attorney, works in the Center’s Urban Wildlands Program to protect habitat and species in the wildland-urban interface and oppose sprawl development. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Arizona State University. Tamara spent 9 years at the Center in development working with our Wild Uprising members and holds a master’s degree in applied entomology from the University of Maryland with a B.S. Twitter: @LeafStemRoot. He continues to teach in an adjunct capacity at the University of Oregon. 109, email Eric. Contact: St. Petersburg, FL, 727.490.9190, email Jaclyn, Gretchen Mais, Membership Director, leads membership campaigns, manages the Center's donor relations efforts and supports the Leadership Circle. Kate Bermúdez-Goldman, Director of People Services and Committee Chair for the Center’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee, works on all matters related to the employee life cycle at the Center. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Jovita Lee, Senior Environmental Justice Campaigner, focuses on grassroots organizing, environmental justice and advocacy. Prior to joining the Center, she worked as a museum curator/project archivist at Western Archaeological Conservation Center, National Park Service through the University of Arizona. He received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 1993 and a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University. Twitter: @johnrplatt. Elise Bennett, Staff Attorney, advocates for Florida’s endangered species and wild places. After that, she moved to Minneapolis and worked in the commercial insurance business for eight years, while renovating homes in her off-time. For her work against Newhall Ranch, a proposed megadevelopment in Southern California, Aruna won the “California Lawyer Attorney of the Year” award, along with other Center attorneys. He is a California native who worked as a reporter and editor for newspapers around the state for 24 years, most recently as editor-in-chief of the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Before joining the Center in 2007, he worked as a staff attorney at the Western Environmental Law Center. Before joining the Center in 2017, Ryan was a legal fellow with Earthrise Law Center at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Ore. 337, email Lydia, Mike Stark, Creative Director, helps generate and guide the Center’s creative work on the Saving Life on Earth campaign as well as on other projects. Before coming to the Center, she was vice president for policy and government affairs for the Geos Institute; she also served as executive director of the American Lands Alliance, where she helped unify the forest-protection community around specific conservation positions to educate U.S. policymakers. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Tamara Strobel, Staff Scientist, works in the Endangered Species Program to protect additional species under the Endangered Species Act. Before joining the Center, he worked as a scientific researcher in the Oregon Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology, studying the links between exposure to environmental toxicants and cancer. She holds a bachelor's in English from Berea College and a master's in biology from Portland State University. He studied biology, environmental justice and climate politics at Swarthmore College and earned a master’s degree in environmental governance from the University of Oxford. Contact: Denver, CO, 303.641.3149, email Ted
Guy Kuawu, Comptroller, works with the accounting department to ensure the accuracy of the Center’s books and full compliance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. He received his bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College also studied music at Towson State University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a master’s degree in creative writing from the City College of New York. Michael Hudson, Chief Operating Officer, works to provide services that will increase the efficiency of the Center's operations and help the organization be more effective in achieving our mission. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Boston University. Prior to joining the Center she worked at the University of Arizona Poetry Center and Pixar Animation Studios, among other places. Mini Bio (1) Born in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Robin Hartl moved frequently as a child, but spent her high school and college years in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Contact: Los Angeles, CA, 213.785.5404, email Katherine. She holds a bachelor's from Prescott College as well as a master's in humanities, with an emphasis on social and environmental ethics of food consumption. Contact: Portland, OR, 812.345.8571, gryan. Before joining the Center, he worked as a digital strategist and led a variety of campaigns for progressive clients, including national advocacy organizations and congressional campaigns. He led the clean-car fight, beginning in 1989, as director of Sierra Club’s Global Warming and Energy Program and then as director of the Safe Climate Campaign. 323, email Ric. She earned her law degree in 2000 from Vermont Law School and received a bachelor's in political science from the University of California at Berkeley in 1995. Kassie Siegel, Climate Law Institute Director, Senior Counsel, develops and implements campaigns for the reduction of greenhouse gases and other air pollution and for the protection of wildlife and communities threatened by climate disruption. Jean Su, Energy Justice Program Director, Staff Attorney, oversees and develops the Energy Justice Program’s campaigns, dedicated to hastening the clean, democratic energy future so urgently needed to protect wildlife, communities and the climate. Amaroq holds a bachelor of science from Iowa State University, a master of science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a J.D. She holds a bachelor’s degree in government and environmental studies from Lawrence University. Over her 30-year career as an activist and organizer in Utah she’s worked on a wide range of social-justice, civil-rights and environmental issues. Maya has a law degree from the UCLA School of Law, a master's degree in U.S. environmental and legal history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Washington in Seattle. With twelve seasons and over three hundred episodes, Robin was on Hometime longer than any other female co-host. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. 341, email Brendan. He earned his law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School and received a bachelor's in politics and philosophy from University of California, Santa Cruz. He joined the Center in 2007 and currently leads the Center's effort to stop proposed copper mines at Rosemont and Oak Flat, advocates for the jaguar and other protected southwestern species, and works to stop the border wall and destructive militarization of the border region. Twitter: @Noah_Ark_757. Hollin holds a bachelor's degree in government from Harvard University and a J.D. Her figure attracted many fans to her morning show Morning Express with Robin Meade.And it’s no wonder, her body has perfect hourglass shape.Meade wears 34C bra size and her breasts are all natural. She has also worked in energy and conservation law representing clients in Freedom of Information Act and National Environmental Policy Act cases; she holds a law degree from the University of Colorado. Contact: Washington, DC, 202.849.8401 ext. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Contact: Boulder, CO, 720.496.8568, email Robert. Contact: San Francisco, CA, 415.800.4088, email Tara
View Chris Hartl’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. in renewable natural resources from the University of Arizona. 321, email Clare. Twitter: @sfeldstein. Before joining the Center, Collette was in private practice, where her pro bono work focused on preservation of endangered species and their habitats. Camilla Getz, Law Fellow, works in the Environmental Health Program and the Climate Law Institute. When was Wolfgang Hartl born? He holds a law degree and public policy master's from American University and a bachelor's of business administration in finance from the University of the Texas at Austin. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.484.7495, email Noah
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