MacKenzie Waro is the Land Conservation Stewardship Specialist for the Watershed Agricultural Council of the New York City Watersheds, Inc.
Wendy Purnell helps communicate ideas to new audiences. Programs she developed with environmental NGO Paso Pacífico, have received recognition from National Geographic, the Clinton Global Initiative, and the InterAmerican Development Bank.
Stuart Levenbach is a policy analyst in the White House Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, where he works with Administration officials and senior agency staff in the review and approval of environmental regulations.
Jos Hill has fourteen years experience as a practitioner working at the nexus of conservation and poverty alleviation.
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.
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.
Todd Gartner is a Senior Associate for the World Resources Institute’s People and Ecosystem Program.
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.
Mimi Mather is a designer and co-founder or Root House Studio, she designs communication media for non-profits, social entrepreneurs and government agencies.
Mark Gibson is a marine policy specialist currently working with WWF’s Market Transformation Initiative to implement rights-based management (RBM) in Latin American fisheries.
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.
Matthew Davidson BSc., P.Ag., EP., AScT. Environmental Scientist Matthew is a partner and consultant at Valhalla Environmental Consulting Inc. in British Columbia.
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
Jorge Ramírez González is a marine biologist with a M.Sc. in Sustainable Marine and Coastal Management from the Autonomous University of Baja California Sur (UABCS), Mexico.
Jingjie Chu, is a natural resource economist, working in the Global Program on Fisheries and Aquaculture at the World Bank.
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.
I am advising large landowners, investors and conservation organizations to develop innovative financing strategies to acquire, conserve, and manage large tracts of land in the US and abroad.
Bronwyn Green worked as a Senior Field Economist for the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics for over 5 years, and then went on to earn her Master’s degree at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management.
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.
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.
Elyssa Serrilli is guided in her outer purpose by the sutra, “without inner change, no change is possible; without outer change, no change matters” (angel Kyodo williams).
Nicole (Nikki) White is a Manager at Hitachi Consulting. She provides environmental and sustainability technical support for various government and corporate clients over the last 14 years.
Todd Parker is a Senior Manager at the Delta Institute, a non-profit organization, which is a center of innovation for the creation of market-based approaches that achieve environmental sustainability and community economic development.
Julie Morgan is the Executive Director of the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board. She has worked in the natural resources arena for more than ten years. A native of Pusan, Korea, Julie has taken to the Pacific Northwest like a fish to water.
Carlos is a Spanish native who received his B.S. in zoology from the University Complutense of Madrid. He spent 10 years researching nature conservation, and as a scientific advisor of the Bearded Vulture recovery program at the Pyrenees.
Daniel’s expertise lies at the intersection of finance and social impact with specialized experience in sustainable real estate and business development.
Derek Van Marter is an impartial facilitator and has actively led collaborative decision-making among various interests for over fifteen years.
As a marine official for WWF in Ecuador, Fred Sondheimer works with a variety of fisheries, ranging from international industrial enterprises to coastal artisanal communities, to help ensure that these extractive activities work in harmony with the marine ecosystems on wh
Danielle Nicholas is Founder and Manager of Eagle Ridge Ranch Beef, LLC, a grassfed beef business focusing on supplying exceptionally high-quality, sustainably-raised beef to Southwestern Montana and beyond. Nicholas is interested in promoting the complex taste
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.
Singleton holds a B.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
Malten graduated from the University of Illinois in 1996 with a B.S. in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences and received his Masters in Environmental Management from Duke University in 1998.
Brett Howell is an environmental entrepreneur with extensive experience developing, implementing, and managing innovative conservation and sustainability-related programs.