Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Twitter: @ConservationBug. She joined the Center's staff in 2015 after working as a contracting paralegal. Maxx Phillips, Hawaii Director, Staff Attorney, runs the Center's Hawaii program. 411, email James. Jeff has also been the director of the Alameda Creek Alliance since 1997, and in 2007 and 2009 won "Leaping Steelhead" awards for his efforts to restore Alameda Creek and California's fish populations and aquatic ecosystems. He received his bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College also studied music at Towson State University. Before joining the Center he worked on community science projects related to urban pollinators, urban forest canopy and stream restoration, and has experience on conservation work crews and in agriculture. Before joining the Center, Deeda worked for 10 years for the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, where she organized support for Utah’s redrock wilderness. @brett_hartl. Joe Trudeau, Southwest Conservation Advocate, follows national forest and Bureau of Land Management programs in Arizona and New Mexico, focusing on forest restoration, livestock grazing and habitat protection. 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. @atwood55. A veteran campaigner, Taylor began at the Center in 2007 and has previously served at Grand Canyon Trust and on boards and commissions regionally and nationally. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 305.498.9115, email Chris. Emily Jeffers, Staff Attorney, works in the Center's Oceans Program. A retired emergency-room physician in Phoenix and a professional wildlife photographer, Robin works on conservation issues in the Southwest with a focus on the San Pedro River. She worked in retail and nonprofit accounting for 19 years before joining the Center in 2008. Biography & Autobiography / Personal Memoirs Klam, Julie Almost Legendary Morris Sisters PRH/Penguin Riverhead Books 9780735216426 8/10/2021 N/A Robin B, "Julie Klam's THE STARS IN OUR EYES was a favorite a few years ago so happy to see ALMOST LEGENDARY MORRIS SISTERS on @edelweiss_squad . She holds a bachelor’s degree in natural resources from N.C. State and a master’s degree in public health from the University of South Florida. 101, email Jean Before becoming an attorney, she worked in Washington, D.C., on science-policy issues. Twitter: Robin is probably best known for her role as co-host of the popular nationally recognized home-improvement television show Hometime which she co-hosted for 12 years with Dean Johnson. 328, email Gus. She holds a law degree from Suffolk University Law School and a bachelor’s in women’s studies from Denison University. Contact: Seattle, WA, 206.900.7953, email Sophia. Liz has a law degree from Stanford Law School, a master’s degree in environmental resources from Stanford University, and a bachelor’s degree from Vassar College. Before joining the Energy Justice team at the Center, she worked with the Chesapeake Climate Action Network on a campaign that successfully passed clean energy legislation in Maryland. Maya Golden-Krasner, Climate Deputy Director, Senior Attorney, helps operate the Center's Climate Law Institute. Liz Jones, Staff Attorney, works with the Climate Law Institute. Randi Spivak, Public Lands Program Director, oversees the Center's Public Lands program, working to ensure that the country's wild places are managed for the benefit of species and ecosystems in a warming climate. There she earned a real estate license and spent two years selling real estate. Robin Hartl Twitter: Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520-623-5252, email Brytnee. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Allison Melton, Staff Attorney, focuses on resisting Trump-administration attacks on public lands. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252, email Mark. Unique Vance, Program Assistant, works in the Climate Law Institute providing staff with operational and administrative assistance to ensure the program runs efficiently and smoothly. Contact: Washington, DC, 919.355.8102, email Kelley. Before joining the Center, Hollin worked with Pennsylvania's Clean Air Council, advocating for maintaining clean air through litigation and government oversight. He earned his B.A. She has also worked doing social media in Mexico City and editing the English-language Viet Nam News in Hanoi. Doug brought substantial litigation experience to the Center and is a graduate of Columbia Law School and Stanford University. Looking for books by Neil Peart? Contact: Shelter Cove, CA, 707.986.2600, email Peter. Before working for the Center, he worked as a contract wildlife researcher for the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Ted is a graduate of Harvard College and Yale Law School and a member of the board of directors of Wilderness Workshop. 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. Chris Teutimez Rawlings, Portland Regional Office Manager, Program Assistant, is an administrative resource for the Portland office. Chris has a background in technology and office administration and holds a bachelor's degree in English from Southern Oregon University. She was named one of the ten most influential California lawyers of the decade by the Daily Journal in 2010 for her work on global warming and environmental law. 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. 353, email Melissa. Before joining the Center, Diana was senior counsel at the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, a regional nonprofit working to fight climate change and promoting clean-energy solutions in the mid-Atlantic region, where she challenged federal permitting of natural gas export and pipeline infrastructure projects and worked to ban crude oil-by-rail in Baltimore. Sarah leads the Center's international work including litigation, advocacy and international diplomacy to protect imperiled species outside U.S. borders. She holds a master's in biology from California State Northridge. 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. Michael Saul, Senior Attorney, Public Lands Program, works on a range of public-lands issues, including southwestern forests and our work to curb fossil fuel extraction on public lands. Jaclyn Lopez, Florida Director, Senior Attorney, is a Florida native and has been with the Center since 2002. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.283.5474 ext. She has appeared in infomercials for the Little Giant Ladder with actor Richard Karn and the Worx GT lawn trimmer and edger. Berkeley. 304. Before joining the Center, Katherine was an attorney at Communities for a Better Environment, where she fought for environmental justice communities facing toxic pollution from oil drilling and refineries. Michelle Myers, North Carolina Field Campaigner, works to build grassroots power around the Center’s conservation priorities. Tamara Strobel, Staff Scientist, works in the Endangered Species Program to protect additional species under the Endangered Species Act. She received a bachelor's degree in anthropology with a focus in archaeology at the University of Arizona. Before joining the Center, she worked as a water law attorney at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Seattle and as a judicial law clerk for the Colorado Supreme Court. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7116, email Patrick. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Hollin Kretzmann, Senior Attorney, helps the Center's Climate Law Institute advocate for action that will mitigate the effects of climate change. Before joining the Center he worked for various environmental nonprofits and had his own private public-interest environmental law firm. Robert Ukeiley, Senior Attorney, works with the Environmental Health Program fighting air pollution. She works out of our Tucson office. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.345.5714, email Renee. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from the College of William & Mary. She clerked for the Honorable George P. Kazen in the Southern District of Texas and earned her law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. Commentaries he has written with Dan Becker, director of the Safe Climate Transport Campaign, have appeared in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, CNN.com and other publications. 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, Maxx was policy advisor and legislative attorney in the Hawaii State Senate and managing director for Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea, a volunteer-based nonprofit created to replenish, sustain, and protect the natural and cultural resources of the Pūpūkea Marine Life Conservation District on the North Shore of Oahu. 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. 332, email Michael. Contact: Asheville, NC, email Kim Before joining us she worked as a freelance journalist for nearly a decade and in recycling, waste reduction and sustainability for Marion County, Oregon and the city of Portland. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. She worked as a legislative intern in Rep. Jamie Raskin’s congressional office and with Our Children’s Trust on the Juliana v. United States case, mobilizing members of Congress to support children’s fundamental rights and a climate recovery plan. He also served as associate adjoint clinical professor of law at the University of Colorado School of Law in Boulder. 325, email Kaye. “Adventures in Non-translational Research: 1. 337, email Kristen. When was Wolfgang Hartl born? Patrick Donnelly, Nevada State Director, works to defend the wildlife and wild places of Nevada, with a focus on endemic species and groundwater resources. Contact: Washington, DC, 240.462.5461, email Gaby Prior to joining the Center, he was a columnist at The Oregonian in Portland. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. She was also a law clerk for Western Resource Advocates in Boulder and a research assistant for the U.N. Special Rapporteur for Human Rights and Hazardous Substances. Before joining the Center she studied reforestation in the Monteverde region of Costa Rica and worked as an environmental educator in western Massachusetts. Elise Bennett, Staff Attorney, advocates for Florida’s endangered species and wild places. 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. 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. Contact: Los Angeles, CA, 213.785.5403, email John She co-directed the news department at public radio station KMUD, was a staff reporter for a Northern California newspaper, and worked as the litigation and program director for the Environmental Protection Information Center. Lalli Venkatakrishnan, California Wildlife Advocate, Staff Attorney, works to protect California species and wildlife habitat. She has a JD and certificate in environmental and natural resource law from the University of Oregon and a BA in biology from Ohio Wesleyan University. Details * Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. She is expected to receive her law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and graduated with a bachelor’s in urban environmental policy from Occidental College. Contact: Bozeman, MT,510.844.7100 ext. She earned her bachelor's degree from Elmira College in New York, where she majored in accounting, holds a master's of business administration from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and holds a Fundamental Payroll Certification from the American Payroll Association. 315, email Mike. Contact: Boulder, CO, 619.990.2999, email Julie. Prior to joining the Center, she worked at Arizona State University, leading reassessments of the world’s reef-building corals, tunas and billfishes for the IUCN in coordination with scientists around the globe, and now maintains that position part-time. Alison Borochoff-Porte, Staff Attorney, works in the Center’s Energy Justice Program. He also sits on the Western Governors' Forest Health Advisory Committee, Arizona Governor's Forest Health Committee, Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program Advisory Committee, and New Mexico Forest and Watershed Health Planning Committee. He brings that history and perspective to the Center's news-and-ideas site, The Revelator. She began her career as a veterinarian researching environmental epidemiology, studied conservation in Duke's Master of Environmental Management program, and now uses technology and design for interdisciplinary communication. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.284.5474, ext. Stephanie Kurose, Senior Endangered Species Policy Specialist, analyzes and responds to congressional legislation and federal-agency efforts seeking to weaken the Endangered Species Act and wildlife protections. Twitter: @theolequesne. She has extensive experience in public lands policy and advocacy. ``This past Saturday, Dean Johnson appeared on ``Hometime' with a new wife (co-host), Robin Hartl, and it raised some serious questions. Before joining the Center, Collette was in private practice, where her pro bono work focused on preservation of endangered species and their habitats. Sarah Gledhill, Senior Florida Field Campaigner, works with our Florida Program. Contact: Denver, CO, 303.915.8308, email msaul. Before joining the Center, she worked in the nonprofit sector doing digital media, marketing and communications work, as well as freelance multimedia consulting. Contact: Salt Lake City, UT, 801.803.9892, email Deeda. Chris Bugbee, Southwest Conservation Advocate, is a field ecologist who specializes in wildlife conservation. Contact: Portland, OR, 971.717.6405, email Lori Ann John Bertrand Gurdon FRS (Dippenhall, Hampshire, 2 de outubro de 1933) é um biólogo desenvolvimentista britânico.. Reconhecido por pesquisas pioneiras em transplante nuclear e clonagem.. Foi laureado com o Nobel de Fisiologia ou Medicina de 2012, juntamente com Shinya Yamanaka, "pela descoberta de que células maduras podem ser reprogramadas de modo a tornarem-se pluripotentes". She earned her Ph.D. in environmental science from the University of California, Santa Barbara, her law degree from Harvard Law School, and a B.S. Ash Lauth, Digital Engagement Manager, works with the Center's Digital Communications program. Twitter: @JenniferMolidor. Wendy Park, Senior Attorney, works to curb fossil fuel extraction on America's public lands. Contact: Portland, OR, 971.717.6409, email Margaret. Previously Stephanie worked for Change.org, where she helped hundreds of people start and win online campaigns to protect wildlife. In her 15-plus years of campaigning, she's worked to bring 13,000 people to the White House against the Keystone XL pipeline, driven a solar-powered truck the length of the eastern seaboard, passed six county-wide fracking bans in California, and was part of the Green Corps class of 2010. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.928.7528, email John Twitter: She is the author of The Animal Lover’s Guide to Changing the World (St. Martin’s Griffin, 2018). He has also worked as a legislative fellow in the U.S. House of Representatives and for two Arizona congressional representatives. See all books authored by Neil Peart, including Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road, and The Masked Rider: Cycling in West Africa, and more on ThriftBooks.com. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in earth systems from Stanford University. 324, email Cybele. During her graduate studies, Shaye worked with the biodiversity protection groups Conservación de Islas and Island Conservation in México and California; before that she was a wildlife biologist on projects with seabirds, songbirds, raptors, and spiders in Panama, Hawai'i, Florida, California, Wyoming, and Idaho. Brett Hartl, Government Affairs Director, coordinates the Center's work on federal legislative issues that affect endangered species, public lands, oceans, climate and energy. He has called Tucson home for nearly 30 years. Before joining us she worked primarily as an administrative paralegal and office manager for family law and bankruptcy firms. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. Sarah Uhlemann, International Program Director, Senior Attorney, joined the Center in 2010. Griselda Olvera, Digital Organizer, helps coordinate the Center’s many digital communications. Prior to joining the Center in 2019, Ted worked for 15 years as a staff attorney in Earthjustice’s Denver office, where he litigated cases concerning attacks on wildlands and national parks from road construction, mining and development. Ash worked previously as the Center’s clean energy campaigner in the Climate Law Institute. 304, email Susan. He also practiced estate and philanthropic law at a prominent New York City law firm; was an adjunct professor of financial and estate planning; and is a national speaker on investment, financial and philanthropic planning. Contact: Crested Butte, CO, 970.309.2008, email Allison. Taylor McKinnon, Senior Public Lands Campaigner, works to protect public lands and endangered species in the western United States. The Center for Biological Diversity is a 501(c)(3) registered charitable organization. Prior to joining the Center she worked at the University of Arizona Poetry Center and Pixar Animation Studios, among other places. Blessed in Virginia Seaside, Virginia, Robin Hartl moved frequently seeing that a kid, but spent her senior high school and university years in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Or jump to a staff member alphabetically by last name: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. Collette Adkins, Carnivore Conservation Director, Senior Attorney, works in the Endangered Species Program, where she focuses on combating exploitation and cruel treatment of rare wildlife. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from California Polytechnic State University. 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. She graduated with a bachelor's in biology from Yale University and received a doctorate in ecology and evolutionary biology and a master's in ocean sciences from the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she examined the effects of ocean climate change on seabird populations. He is editor of Biodiversity and the Law, published by Island Press. Contact: Portland, OR, 971.717.6404, email Stephanie. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Find contact's direct phone number, email address, work history, and more. Steve Jones, Media Specialist, helps coordinate, produce and oversee the Center's media and communications work on saving oceans and sea life. He holds a bachelor's from Prescott College in conservation biology and a law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School. Prior to joining the Center, Scott worked as Idaho director at Western Watersheds Project and as a law clerk for the Alaska Supreme Court. Prior to coming to the Center, he worked for the Associated Press in Salt Lake City, Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Stephanie Prufer, Oceans Campaigner, works on protecting our oceans from offshore drilling and plastic pollution. Katherine Hoff, Staff Attorney, works on clean transportation issues with the Center's Climate Law Institute. He also works to educate the public about the importance of protecting biodiversity and about the multitude of threats to the survival of North American wildlife. from Johns Hopkins University. Contact: Seattle, WA, 206.379.7363, email Tanya GFP” II. Twitter: @andersonileene. She has worked on various Oceans program campaigns from mobilizing hundreds to protest offshore drilling in Sacramento to helping develop the campaign fighting the petrochemical buildout happening across the US. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Twitter: @endangeredocean. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Kristen Monsell, Oceans Program Litigation Director, Senior Attorney, works with the Center's Oceans program to protect marine species and their habitat. She also previously worked on Capitol Hill as a legislative staffer. She also has a degree in Interior Design. Lila Woloshin, Paralegal, works in the Endangered Species Program and provides auxiliary support to the Center’s Open Government team. She joined Hometime in July 1992, and her first program aired in January 1993. After moving to Minneapolis, she worked in the commercial insurance business for eight years. Mark Evans, Microsoft Access Developer, Data Engineer, develops and supports the Center’s databases to empower staff to accomplish data-intensive tasks. Contact: Corvallis, OR, 610.306.3918, email Miranda. He holds a master's degree in environmental science from Portland State University. Lalli earned her law degree from the University of California, Hastings, and a bachelor's degree in environmental science and policy from the University of California, Berkeley. 103, email Stephanie. Jonathan received his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law and a bachelor's degree in conservation and resource studies from the University of California at Berkeley. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.867.6658, email Joe. Contact: Washington, DC, 202.494.5577, email Dan. Here’s a bio written two decades ago. Judy Anderson, Junior Accountant, was born and raised in North Dakota. Prior to joining the Center, she did Clean Water Act litigation as a staff attorney for Puget Soundkeeper and work under the Oil Pollution Act for the Deepwater Horizon case at Plauche & Carr LLP. Scott Lake, Nevada Advocate, works in the Endangered Species and Public Lands programs, focusing on issues affecting Nevada. Before joining the Center, Sarah was a staff attorney with the Humane Society of the United States. She holds a bachelor’s from Middlebury College in environmental studies and nonfiction writing, and a master’s in narrative nonfiction from the University of Oregon's School of Journalism. Robin Hartl Prior to joining the Center, he worked as a campus campaigner on two successful fossil fuel divestment campaigns (Fossil Free UC and Fossil Free Warwick), and more recently worked with 350 Santa Barbara to develop just transition strategies and halt the expansion of oil drilling in Santa Barbara County. She previously spent time as a Fulbright fellow in China, a China Oldham fellow at Columbia Law School and a David W. 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She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Washington and a law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law. Amaroq Weiss, Senior West Coast Wolf Advocate, handles wolf issues in California, Oregon and Washington as well as on the federal front. Jared has represented nonprofit and citizen groups working to protect the environment; he has challenged large-scale developments including nuclear power plants and taught environmental law at the University of Vermont. She holds a Ph.D. in climate science and a bachelor’s from the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining the Center, Gwyneth served as the assistant director of donor relations and stewardship at Mount Holyoke College. He graduated with a bachelor of science in earth systems from Stanford University and completed his law degree at Lewis and Clark Law School. Twitter: @LeafStemRoot. 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: @TaraLohan. John received a law degree from the University of California Davis School of Law, a master's in biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a bachelor's degree in the history, philosophy, and social studies of science and medicine from the University of Chicago. She can help her clients by seeing past the staging and emotional enticements to make sure their potential new home is mechanically sound. Oct 4, 2012 #65 Zuljin said: Chelsea Clinton Molly Ringwald 322, email Aruna. Hartl earned a real estate degree and spent two years selling real estate in the Eau Claire area. “Proteotoxicity of ß-Aggregation: Mechanisms and defense by molecular chaperones” 2009. 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. Contact: Sacramento, CA, 520.609.8334, email Bill. Catherine Kilduff, Senior Attorney, works in the Center's Oceans Program to protect marine species and ecosystems. Lori Ann Burd, Environmental Health Program Director, Senior Attorney, directs the Center's efforts to protect all species, including humans, from the harmful effects of toxic substances. Born and raised in Florida, she holds a law degree and a certificate of concentration in environmental law from Stetson University College of Law and a bachelor's degree in environmental science and policy from the University of South Florida. Twitter: @publiccarbon. She is double-majoring in sociocultural anthropology and religious studies at the University of Arizona and has also worked as a volunteer facilitating campus-wide sexual education with the university's LGBTQA+ resource center, Pride Alliance. Jodi Lynn Strait, Assistant Comptroller, works in the Center's financial department helping with monthly reconciliations of balance-sheet accounts, providing daily general ledger support in the form of compiling and uploading journal entries, as well as assisting Human Resources with the processing of payroll. Gladys Delgadillo, Climate Organizer, works with the Climate Law Institute to fight for wildlife, ecosystems, and people by advancing a just transition off fossil fuels to clean energy. 307, email Jodi. Joe earned a bachelor’s in agriculture leadership focusing on policy from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Curt Bradley, Senior Scientist, GIS Specialist, assists Center campaigns with Geographic Information Systems analyses and cartography. Prior to joining the Center, Quinn worked as the Northwest program director at Defenders of Wildlife. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. He holds a journalism degree from Rowan University and spent 20 years as a journalist and financial data analyst working in New Jersey prior to joining the Center. He is a past co-chair of the Everglades Coalition. Contact: Los Angeles, CA, 213.785.5402, email Maya. Twitter: @ajeansu. She holds a bachelor’s in biology from Westfield State University and a master’s in environmental studies, with a concentration in conservation biology, from Antioch University. She holds a degree in English and politics from the University of Puget Sound. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100, ext. 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