Margaret Fields is the GIS Manager at the North Carolina Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, doing spatial analysis to support various projects around the state.
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.
Daylin Muñoz-Nuñez is a marine scientist currently working with EDF’s Oceans Program to promote sustainable and responsible marine fishing practices. Daylin is currently responsible for conducting research and coordinating the activities of several EDF teams to develop so
Greg leads EDF's Corporate Partnerships "Innovation Pipeline" to identify and develop groundbreaking environmental initiatives with leading United States companies.
Brad Hunter is currently an MBA candidate at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School. The past summer was spent with GE Capital looking at opportunities to integrate carbon finance into traditional timberland lending.
Lucy Roberts Henry is an editor for American Journal Experts, reviewing papers written by foreign scientists who are seeking publication in English-language journals. Her focus is on agriculture and the environment.
Jeff Masten is the Director of Conservation Strategies for Triangle Land Conservancy, a land trust located in Raleigh, NC.
Carrie Ginnane works in the fundraising department of The Nature Conservancy’s Hawaii Program, and serves food at an Egyptian restaurant at night.
Kate Pipkin is a native of Milwaukee, Wisc., but has lived throughout the eastern United States. She graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee with a bachelor’s degree in Biology.
LeBlanc graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 1994 with a B.A. in political science and women’s studies. She received a master’s degree in environmental policy and management from the University of Colorado, and currently works for The Conservation Fund.