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.
“I deliver on the promises I make courageously and with a keen awareness of my wake.” Marti Hoffer has broad vision and passion for the environmental impact her businesses can have locally and globally.
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.
Alexandra Michalko is a native Californian, born and raised in the Bay Area. She graduated from Stanford University in 2003 with a BA in International Relations and a minor in Italian.
For the last 15 years, Elyse has co-owned a speculative building business specializing in sustainable residential development and land use/conservation, first in New York and then in Washington.
Brad is originally from California where he worked in public finance, corporate real estate, international project management and regulatory affairs.
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.
Montague was born in Virginia and raised in Washington state. He received his B.A. in political science from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. Montague is a policy analyst for the Washington Policy Center, a state-based free market think tank in Seattle.
Derek Van Marter is an impartial facilitator and has actively led collaborative decision-making among various interests for over fifteen years.
Samuel S. Nugent is the co-founder and Director of Marketing for The Remediators Inc., a soils remediation company located in Port Angeles, Wash. Nugent was a 2003 fellow of PERC’s environmental entrepreneurship course.