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. Prior to joining the Center, Gwyneth served as the assistant director of donor relations and stewardship at Mount Holyoke College. 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. Brian Nowicki, California Climate Policy Director,is based in Sacramento, where he works in the Center's Climate Law Institute on California climate-related issues like fossil fuels, carbon emissions, climate resilience, forests and fire. Julie received her law degree from New York University and her bachelor of science degree in conservation and resource studies (with a focus on marine ecology and pollution) from the University of California at Berkeley. She earned her bachelor's at Colorado College and her law degree at Lewis and Clark. Jacki coordinates campaigns in the Southeast and Caribbean, focusing on protecting imperiled species and ecosystems. Andrea Weber, Oakland Regional Office Manager, Senior Climate Law Institute Paralegal, obtained her paralegal certificate from Cal State University East Bay and has worked previously for the Center on Race, Poverty, and the Environment. Contact:  Duluth, MN, 218.464.0539, mfink Before joining the Center, Elise was involved in public-interest work and volunteered with nonprofit organizations dedicated to social justice, the fair treatment of animals, and protecting the environment. Before joining us he was the cofounder and managing partner of the public-interest law firm Meyer & Glitzenstein in Washington, D.C. Before that he worked for the Public Citizen Litigation Group. Contact: Portland, OR, 802.310.4054, email Jared. Cynthia Elkins, Senior Paralegal, received her paralegal certificate from Humboldt State University in 2012 and a bachelor of arts in communication from the University of Alabama in 1993. Contact: Phoenix, AZ, 602.320.7309, email Mary K. Sophia Ressler, Washington Wildlife Advocate, Staff Attorney, works to protect wolves, bears, orcas and other endangered or persecuted wildlife in Washington state. Alfred Hartl-Rehberger is Former Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director at Global Hydro Energy GmbH. 308, email Sarah. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Contact: Los Angeles, CA, 213.785.5402, email Maya. She has also led development programs and built capacity for nonprofits in higher education, social services, a historical society and a global news service. 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. She has also worked as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice's Environment and Natural Resources Division and as an honors attorney with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Before joining the Center, Gus had a 22-year career in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, holding several water-resource regulatory positions. Before joining the Center in 2007, she worked as a staff attorney for the Western Environmental Law Center and as an associate attorney for Meyer & Glitzenstein (now Eubanks & Associates). She also has experience in science communication and education; served as a Knauss Fellow in Washington, D.C.; and worked for the National Park Service in Alaska and Hawaii. Robin Hartl - the real story about leaving Hometime: Max: 1/29/05 2:55 PM: I have a friend who knows Robin. She holds a law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law — where she was the articles editor for the Oregon Law Review and earned environmental and public-interest law certificates — and a bachelor's in political science from the University of Colorado. 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. 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. Paulo Lopes, Public Lands Policy Specialist, works in the Center's D.C. office helping with legal, policy and coalition efforts. 351, email Kieran Before joining the Center in 2007, he worked as a staff attorney at the Western Environmental Law Center. He is a marine biologist from the University of Baja California Sur and has a master's degree in use, management and preservation of natural resources as well as a diploma in environmental law. Prior to joining the Center, Liz worked as national field director at Alaska Wilderness League and before that in a variety of roles for the Endangered Species Coalition. 306, email Anna. Andy Parker, Media Specialist, helps coordinate, produce and oversee the Center's media and communications work on environmental health. He earned his law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School and received a bachelor's in politics and philosophy from University of California, Santa Cruz. He holds a bachelor of science in ecology from the Evergreen State College and a master's in forest ecology and conservation from the University of Washington. He has been associated with the Center since our founding and joined the staff in 1997. She also teaches Environmental Justice Law as an adjunct instructor at UCLA School of Law. Jennifer Molidor, Senior Food Campaigner, helps lead the Center's sustainable food initiatives, including the Take Extinction Off Your Plate campaign. Amy Atwood, Endangered Species Legal Director, Senior Attorney, supervises and litigates cases for the Center's Endangered Species Program, securing protections for species and habitat under the Endangered Species Act and other laws. Chris Bugbee, Southwest Conservation Advocate, is a field ecologist who specializes in wildlife conservation. Contact: New York City, NY, 646.770.7206, email Paula. She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of Delaware and a master's degree in journalism from the University of Oregon. He holds a J.D. Contact: Corvallis, OR, 610.306.3918, email Miranda. Robin Hartl has over 20 years of construction experience. Wendy Park, Senior Attorney, works to curb fossil fuel extraction on America's public lands. Contact: Los Angeles, CA, 213.785.5400, email Liz. Liz VanDenzen, Digital Communications Producer, works for the Center’s Digital Communications 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 has worked for more than a decade as a digital editor and environmental journalist focused on the intersections of energy, water and climate. Nyshie Perkinson, Media Specialist, helps to promote the Center’s Climate Law Institute. Michael Robinson, Senior Conservation Advocate, focuses on the protection and recovery of top predators like Mexican gray wolves and jaguars. Patrick has a bachelor's in environmental science and policy from the University of California Berkeley. Chris Teutimez Rawlings, Portland Regional Office Manager, Program Assistant, is an administrative resource for the Portland office. Contact: Leverett, MA, 413.461.4206, email Naman. Contact: Mount Shasta, CA,  email Jennifer She can help her clients by seeing past the staging and emotional enticements to make sure their potential new home is mechanically sound. 362, email Stephanie. Her research has centered around the populations and habitat requirements of insects, from endangered tiger beetles to native bees and monarch butterflies. Before joining the Center he was executive director of the Everglades Law Center, where he worked to advance the restoration of America’s Everglades. Her three most recent books are A Children's Bible (2020), Fight No More (2018) and Sweet Lamb of Heaven (2016). Looking for books by Neil Peart? Jeff Miller, Senior Conservation Advocate, writes press and outreach materials for endangered species issues, works on endangered-species listing petitions, and does community organizing and media work for numerous Center campaigns, from condor protection to pesticides reduction to Bay Area urban-sprawl issues. Twitter: @LeafStemRoot. After moving to Minneapolis, she worked in the commercial insurance business for eight years. Contact: Portland, OR, 406.366.4872, email Jess. Eric Glitzenstein, Director of Litigation, oversees and coordinates litigation strategy for the Center. Maxx Phillips, Hawaii Director, Staff Attorney, runs the Center's Hawaii program. Before joining the Center, Emily served as a law clerk to the Honorable Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr. of the Colorado Supreme Court and worked as a wildlife biologist in California and Idaho. 323, email Ric. Before joining the Center, he worked for Emerge! Prior to joining the Center, she was a marketing database administrator for SWCA Environmental Consultants in Phoenix. Sarah Uhlemann, International Program Director, Senior Attorney, joined the Center in 2010. 320, email Theresa. She also has a degree in Interior Design. His organizing and action-research center on solidarity building across movements for climate and social justice. 304, email Susan. Maya Golden-Krasner, Climate Deputy Director, Senior Attorney, helps operate the Center's Climate Law Institute. She also volunteers, helping the U.S. 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. Emily Knobbe, EPA Policy Specialist, tracks and responds to federal attacks on EPA-regulated issues including pesticides, clean air and clean water. Prior to joining the Center, Jonathan worked at the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation managing ecosystem restoration grants. Before joining the Center in 2014, he worked as lead counsel for National Wildlife Federation's Rocky Mountain regional office following a stint as an associate with Arnold & Porter. Susan obtained her paralegal certificate from San Francisco State University. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7151 ext. Before joining the Center, Deeda worked for 10 years for the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, where she organized support for Utah’s redrock wilderness. Paula holds a bachelor's from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, spent time at Cornell's Shoals Marine Lab, worked at Stony Brook's Flax Pond Marine Science Research Center, and has had a lifelong interest in marine science, sustainable alternative energy development and preserving ecosystems. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Kara Clauser, GIS Specialist, works on GIS analyses, cartography and web mapping to assist various Center campaigns. Tara Lohan, Deputy Editor, The Revelator, writes and edits stories and helps grow The Revelator's readership. Before joining the Center, she was a staff attorney with the Crag Law Center in Portland, Ore., and a partner at the public-interest law firm Meyer Glitzenstein & Eubanks in Washington, D.C. She earned her law degree and certificate in environmental and natural resources law in 2002 from Lewis & Clark Law School and received a bachelor's in environmental science from Colorado College. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252, email Fabiola. James Gerstenzang, Editorial Director of the Safe Climate Transport Campaign, works with the Center’s communications team writing about cleaner cars and climate change issues. Twitter: Robin Hartl - the real story about leaving Hometime Showing 1-2 of 2 messages. Twitter: @johnrplatt. Diana Dascalu-Joffe, Senior Attorney, Public Lands Program, works to end new fossil fuel leasing on America's public lands. Ashley holds a law degree from the University of Colorado, a master of science in chemistry from Chalmers University of Technology, and a bachelor's in biological and environmental engineering from Cornell University. Kristen Monsell, Oceans Program Litigation Director, Senior Attorney, works with the Center's Oceans program to protect marine species and their habitat. 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. Prior to joining the Center, she was a broadcast news producer at MSNBC, CNN and other outlets. She holds a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a master’s degree in creative writing from the City College of New York. Before joining the Center, Collette was in private practice, where her pro bono work focused on preservation of endangered species and their habitats. Julie Teel Simmonds, Senior Attorney, works in the Center's Oceans Program to protect marine biodiversity and ecosystems. Griselda Olvera, Digital Organizer, helps coordinate the Center’s many digital communications. 109, email Eric. She is the founding president of the Social Marketing Association of North America, which works to advance behavior change for social good, and is a certified family planning health worker. Sarah Baillie, Population and Sustainability Organizer, leads outreach efforts to help people understand how the pressures of our growing human population and high levels of consumption hurt wildlife and habitat. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252, email Beccy. With twelve seasons and over three hundred episodes, Robin was on Hometime longer than any other female co-host. 311, email Andrea. Twitter: Prior to joining the Center, where he works on protecting habitat for imperiled native species, Chris conducted research on borderlands wildlife, including endangered jaguars and ocelots. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.283.5474 ext.407. Hartl gained a real property level and spent 2 yrs selling property in the Eau Claire region. She has also worked doing social media in Mexico City and editing the English-language Viet Nam News in Hanoi. Contact: Tucson, Arizona, 520.623.5252 ext. She also served a four-year term on the Salt Lake City Council, and was chief of staff and communications director in the administration of Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson. He graduated with a bachelor of science in earth systems from Stanford University and completed his law degree at Lewis and Clark Law School. Ann Brown, Open Government Coordinator, works with all the Center’s programs to mandate government transparency by submitting and facilitating records requests to state and federal agencies. Prior to rejoining the Center in 2017, Brian worked for the Environmental Defense Center in Ventura County and Santa Barbara, Defenders of Wildlife in Washington, D.C., and the Center in Tucson. Dan is a graduate of Northeastern University Law School and Hamilton College. 310, ksiegel. He holds a bachelor's degree from Prescott College. Before becoming an attorney, Catherine worked as legislative staff for the U.S. House Resources Committee, Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife and Oceans. Before joining the Center, Wendy was an attorney in Earthjustice's San Francisco office, where she litigated a wide range of state and federal cases, including cases to stop urbanization of Lake Tahoe, protect endangered coho salmon, and limit air pollution from oil refineries. 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. She also worked as a field biologist, focusing mainly on amphibians, marine intertidal habitats and fisheries. 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. Kaye King, Membership Associate, focuses on database management for the Center's Membership program. Wendy was also a legal fellow at the ACLU of Illinois where she worked on police accountability and national security issues. Contact: Washington, DC, 202.849.8401 ext. 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. Contact: Washington, D.C., 202.817.8121, email Brett She's also a fiction writer whose work often touches on the subjects of human-animal relations, extinction and climate change. Tierra Curry, Saving Life on Earth Campaign Director, Senior Scientist, focuses on building a movement to end extinction. Contact: Portland, OR, 812.345.8571, gryan. Jean Su, Energy Justice Program Director, Staff Attorney, oversees and develops the Energy Justice Program’s campaigns, dedicated to hastening the clean, democratic energy future so urgently needed to protect wildlife, communities and the climate. Contact: Salt Lake City, UT, 801.803.9892, email Deeda. 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. Kierán Suckling, Executive Director, is a founder of the Center for Biological Diversity. Heather Rauch, Executive Assistant, works in the Tucson office to support the executive director. Twitter: Fabiola Delgado, Digital Organizer, works in Digital Communications. Twitter: @TierraMussel. 302, email Justin. Twitter: @endangeredocean. Clare Lakewood, Climate Legal Director, Senior Attorney, works with the Climate Law Institute. from the University of California Hastings. 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. Michael holds a master's degree in literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a bachelor's from the University of Texas at Austin; he is also the author of a well-reviewed book on the history of wolves in the United States called Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West (University Press of Colorado, 2005). Marc graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School with a certificate in environmental and natural resources law, and received a bachelor's in political science from Florida Atlantic University. Mary K. Reinhart, Media Specialist, helps produce and coordinate the Center's media and communications work on public lands, including the borderlands. Before joining the Center in 2015, she worked on a number of food, wildlife and environmental campaigns as the staff writer for the Animal Legal Defense Fund; she holds a Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame and taught for many years as a professor at Kansas State University and San Francisco State University. In addition to overseeing the Center's conservation, finance, fundraising and administration programs, he writes and lectures on the threats to, preservation of, and relationships between cultural and biological diversity. Contact: Washington, DC, 202.849.8400, email Emily. Joined Apr 1, 2009 Messages 284 Reaction score 28 Location Minneapolis. in geography from Colgate University and completed a master's in environmental studies at Brown University before attending Vermont Law School. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. Doug brought substantial litigation experience to the Center and is a graduate of Columbia Law School and Stanford University. 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