Jacquelyn Wallace is currently Conservation Director for the Okanogan Land Trust in north central Washington, where she directs the land trust’s conservation and stewardship programs.
Joseph Azzarelli is a graduate student pursuing his Ph.D. in chemistry at MIT, where he focuses on inventing novel classes of low-cost wireless chemical sensors for water, food, agricultural, and industrial applications.
After a decade in New York, Terra Alpaugh returned to her home state last year to start her masters in Environmental Science and Management at the Bren School at UC Santa Barbara.
MacKenzie Waro is the Land Conservation Stewardship Specialist for the Watershed Agricultural Council of the New York City Watersheds, Inc.
Chad Ellis is a pasture and range consultant for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation assisting agricultural producers and land stewards in attaining their financial, quality-of-life and stewardship goals by educating and counseling them on the adoption of sustainable, res
Belton Copp works with the Pacific Forest Trust to develop watershed management alternatives to increase water supply and security provided by Shasta Dam. His work is in response to the Bureau of Reclamation’s proposal to increase the height of the dam.
Daniel Cardenas is a Consultant currently operating Shasta Advisors, a tribal economic development, advocacy, public relations, and governmental relations firm based in Riverton, WY.
Todd Gartner is a Senior Associate for the World Resources Institute’s People and Ecosystem Program.
Werner Troesken is a Professor of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh and a Faculty Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He has been a National Fellow at the Hoover
Project Hydrologist, Copper Environmental Consulting, Anaconda MT, 2012 – Present Collection and analysis of data and documents to assist liable parties with long term planning for the remediation of Superfund sites in the Upper Clark Fork Basin.
Robert Kimball works on promoting collaboration towards sustainable water management between businesses, investors, and governments. He is currently working on measuring and managing water related risks facing companies and investors with the World Resources Institute’s
Kate Fitzpatrick is a Program Director at the Deschutes River Conservancy where she leads strategy development and implementation to restore streamflows and water quality in the Deschutes Basin of Oregon.
Shira Kronich is an environmental engineer responsible for monitoring and upgrading the small-scale decentralized rural arid environment wastewater systems at the Eilot Regional Authority in Hevel Eilot.
Julie brings knowledge of land use patterns and environmental management to Bio-Logical Capital’s strategic decisions and investment analysis. She helps the team evaluate and communicate business models that integrate social, ecological and economic systems on the land.
John Tynan is co‑director of Upstate Forever's Clean Air & Water Program, where he works to reduce the impacts of land use change on water quality and reduce the size of Upstate's climate footprint.
Kelly L. Westover received her Bachelor’s in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of South Florida in 2001.
Andy works to restore streamflows to creeks and rivers in Western Montana. He partners with water right holders and irrigation groups on projects that benefit both fish and farmers.
Peter Dykstra is a lawyer with a practice focused on water rights, conservation real estate transactions, natural resources policy, and government relations at Plauche & Carr LLP.
Zoë Carlson is currently pursuing her Master’s of Environmental Science and Management at the Bren School. Through the Eco-entrepreneurship program she is developing a business that applies financial mechanisms to groundwater management.
On paper, Wendy is a hydrogeophysicist, however, she is also an adjunct professor teaching Groundwater Law and Hydrology in the law schools at the University of Colorado and Denver University. She is the founder of Hydro Info, a consulting company that provides public sh
Scott is a Senior Program Officer at the Deschutes River Conservancy (DRC) in Bend, Oregon. His work focuses on restoring streamflows in the Deschutes River and its tributaries by implementing market-based, incentive-oriented transactions with irrigation districts and pr
Aaron began practicing law in 2011 at the Sacramento based firm of Somach Simmons & Dunn.
Nigel Asquith is the Director of Strategy and Policy at the Santa Cruz-based Fundación Natura Bolivia, where since 2003, his team has helped create a new 734,000 hectares protected area and has set up 20 municipal Payments for Environmental Services (PES) water fund
Kevin Biehn is the Marketing Director and a Partner with the Twin Cities–based environmental engineering firm Emmons & Olivier Resources (EOR).
Balanko received her Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta in 1988. After working as an equity trader in Toronto, she left to pursue her passion for travel and organic farming.
Katherine Hamilton is a consultant specializing in environmental markets and innovative investment in conservation. In this capacity, she is currently a Strategic Advisor for the Governors Climate Task Force.
Derek Van Marter is an impartial facilitator and has actively led collaborative decision-making among various interests for over fifteen years.
Jennifer Pahl is an ecologist with Corblu Ecology Group, LLC in Lawrenceville, Georgia working on a range of environmental restoration and conservation projects.
Aaron Citron is a Policy Analyst for Environmental Defense Fund’s Colorado River Project based in Boulder, Colorado. His work is focused on agricultural water use, conservation and efficiency, and interstate water management.
Robert Cunningham, a native of Great Britain, graduated from Lancaster University in 1992 with a B.S. in Environmental Science. He went on to earn an MPhil with Distinction at Lancaster in 1999.
Sean Blacklocke graduated from the College of Charleston in 1990, with a B.S. in Marine Biology. He earned his M.S. in Environmental Studies at the Medical University of South Carolina and his M.S. in Applied Economics at Clemson University this spring.
Tom Iseman is the director of the freshwater conservation program for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado. He works to protect rivers and wetlands and the plants and animals they support across Colorado and the American Southwest.