Before joining the Center, she worked with a civil litigator in Boston, wrote grants for numerous reproductive-rights organizations, and was a safety-planning advocate for people impacted by domestic violence. Prior to joining the Center, she worked with grassroots organizations and international nonprofit groups to combat factory farming, animal testing, commercial whaling and trophy hunting. Peter helps coordinate the Center's legal actions and campaigns, assists in the formulation of organizational policy and strategy and serves on the Center's leadership team. She authored the petition and litigated the cases leading to Endangered Species Act protection for the polar bear, and she has been a leader in the fight to ban fracking and keep fossil fuels in the ground. Twitter: @SnapeBison. He graduated with a bachelor's in Geosciences and a certificate in Environmental Studies from Princeton University and received a PhD in Geological Sciences from the University of Southern California. Danica Davison, Membership Associate, provides support by answering emails, processing donations and helping with the Center's membership databases. Contact: Los Angeles, CA, 213.785.5400, ext. She holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Wittenberg University. Jean also works to challenge wall construction in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands and serves on the boards of Climate Action Network International and SustainUS. Robin Meade is arguably America’s hottest news anchor; the news anchor is already in her forties, that has however not taken away her attractive appearance.. Rumour has it that Robin has undergone breast augmentation surgery to improve on both the size and shape of her breasts.. A veteran of many environmental and human rights campaigns, he holds a bachelor's in Latin American studies from the University of Arizona. Howard Crystal, Energy Justice Program Legal Director, Senior Attorney, oversees the Energy Justice Program’s litigation promoting a clean energy transition, including fighting against both utility obstacles to distributed energy and centralized control of energy resources. 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. Twitter: @endangeredocean. 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. Jared Margolis, Senior Attorney, works on the Center's Energy and Endangered Species campaign. She also volunteered with several nonprofit organizations focusing primarily on animal and environmental issues. M. mbauer013 Well-Known Member. Robin Hartl - the real story about leaving Hometime: Max: 1/29/05 2:55 PM: I have a friend who knows Robin. He has spent his career in private and public-interest practice litigating environmental and wildlife protection, public health, safe energy and open government cases. Contact: Washington, D.C., 202.817.8121, email Brett He studied biology, environmental justice and climate politics at Swarthmore College and earned a master’s degree in environmental governance from the University of Oxford. Before joining the Center he was executive director of the Everglades Law Center, where he worked to advance the restoration of America’s Everglades. He comes to the Center after years of work at the Mexican Center for Environmental Law (Cemda) and Greenpeace México. 107, email Bill 421, email Peter. Prior to joining the Center, she worked for former U.S. Sen. Bob Graham as administrator of the Florida Conservation Coalition, co-led successful land-conservation campaigns, and spearheaded passage of a Collier County, Florida ordinance to prevent human-bear conflict. 320, email Theresa. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from California Polytechnic State University. He is a recent transplant to Tucson from the suburbs of Chicago. She holds a law degree from Columbia Law School, a bachelor’s from Barnard College, and clerked for the Honorable Margo K. Brodie of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. 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. Kara Clauser, GIS Specialist, works on GIS analyses, cartography and web mapping to assist various Center campaigns. He was a GIS specialist at the Sky Island Alliance before joining the Center. Contact: Washington, DC, 202.849.8401 ext. She earned her law degree from Vermont Law School in 2005 and holds bachelor's degrees in both Spanish and sociology from Roanoke College. 101, email Jean Prior to her current role as a policy specialist, she was a legal fellow with the Center. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Boston University. Before joining the Center, she worked in waste reduction and forest conservation. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. He also served as associate adjoint clinical professor of law at the University of Colorado School of Law in Boulder. The Center for Biological Diversity is a 501(c)(3) registered charitable organization. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Before joining the Center in 2012, Russ worked as an editor and writer on the Earth First! Patrick spent over a decade leading young people in hands-on conservation work and on extended outdoor education trips. 105, email Paulo. Her three most recent books are A Children's Bible (2020), Fight No More (2018) and Sweet Lamb of Heaven (2016). Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100, ext. 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. He has worked with a diversity of taxa across a wide range of ecosystems, from crocodilians and pythons in the Everglades to mammalian predators like bears and wild cats. 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. He holds a bachelor’s in English from the College of Idaho, a master’s of environmental law and policy from Vermont Law School and a law degree from Vermont Law School. 353, email Melissa. John Platt, Editor, The Revelator, has more than a decade of experience as an environmental journalist covering topics like endangered species, climate change and renewable energy. Jan Hartl was born in 1952. He helped win and defend the Obama Clean Car Standard and has been named one of the world’s 28 “Climate Heroes” by Rolling Stone magazine and Salon.com. Anyone remember Robin Hartl from PBS's home improvement show Hometime? Prior to joining the Center, Miyoko was a local currency activist and sustainable agriculture advocate. 308, email Sarah. She holds a bachelor's from Prescott College as well as a master's in humanities, with an emphasis on social and environmental ethics of food consumption. 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. Maxx Phillips, Hawaii Director, Staff Attorney, runs the Center's Hawaii program. He holds a master’s in business administration (finance) and an MBA in global management. Lisa holds a law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law and a bachelor's in philosophy from the University of California at Santa Cruz. She holds a master's of science in geographic information systems technology and bachelor's of science in ecology and evolutionary biology from the University of Arizona. 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. 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. 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. Prior to joining the legal profession, Andrea taught theater at Contra Costa Community College, Diablo Valley College and College of Marin. Before becoming an attorney, she worked in Washington, D.C., on science-policy issues. Contact: Washington, DC, 202.731.4323, email Tamara. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Ohio University. Liz VanDenzen, Digital Communications Producer, works for the Center’s Digital Communications program. After moving to Minneapolis, she worked in the commercial insurance business for eight years. 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. Judy Anderson, Junior Accountant, was born and raised in North Dakota. Theo LeQuesne, Climate Campaigner, works with the Climate Law Institute to support frontline community efforts to keep fossil fuels in the ground and advance a just transition to clean energy. Robin Hartl Robin recognizes that women make the purchase or are the key influencers in about 80 percent of all consumer product sales in the United States alone. 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. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. 300, email Judy. She holds a bachelor's in English from Berea College and a master's in biology from Portland State University. Gabriela (Gaby) Sarri-Tobar, Energy Justice Campaigner, works to advance a just and equitable transition to 100% clean, democratic and distributed energy across the country. Chris has 2 jobs listed on their profile. Michael Hudson, Chief Operating Officer, works to provide services that will increase the efficiency of the Center's operations and help the organization be more effective in achieving our mission. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.928.7528, email John Here's the real scoop. During a 25-year journalism career, she worked as a reporter, editor and columnist in Arizona and was cofounder of an online news service that covered state politics and policy. Fielding an array of issues, he focuses on curbing fossil fuel development on public lands. 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. 310, ksiegel. Before joining the Center, Andrea worked on a variety of wildlife and public-lands issues with other environmental organizations, including Western Watersheds Project, Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Earthjustice. 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. He holds a master's in media studies from The New School, a bachelor's in literature from Columbia University and a bachelor's in Talmud from the Jewish Theological Seminary. Joe earned a bachelor’s in agriculture leadership focusing on policy from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. 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 coming to the Center, he spent a decade as consulting forester/ecologist and co-owner of Hassayampa Forestry & Ecological, where he worked with a wide range of clients throughout the Rocky Mountains, Southwest and northern Appalachians. Prior to joining us, Kate worked as director of human resources for national companies such as Buffalo Exchange and Tetakawi, also headquartered in Tucson. Heather Rauch, Executive Assistant, works in the Tucson office to support the executive director. Julie has also worked at the University of Colorado Law School, the Office of the San Diego City Attorney, Earthjustice’s Rocky Mountain Office, and the Environmental Law Institute. 302, email Rebecca. She has a certificate in general business. Hartl earned a real estate degree and spent two years selling real estate in the Eau Claire area. Contact: Flagstaff, AZ, 801.300.2414, email Taylor Michael joined us with more than 20 years of senior-level experience in financial and operational management, 17 of those in the nonprofit environmental sector (at the Pennsylvania Environmental Council, Inc., and Conservation Law Foundation, Inc.). 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. 332, email Michael. Cybele Knowles, Digital Communications Associate, collaborates on the Center's e-newsletters, action alerts, and other digital communications. Elise Ferguson, Paralegal, works in the Public Lands program helping to protect species and habitat. 308, email Miyoko Twitter: Randi got her B.A. Lila holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Lewis & Clark College and wrote her thesis on the medieval practice of criminally prosecuting domestic animals. Randy Serraglio, Southwest Conservation Advocate, works on a variety of public-lands and other conservation issues in Arizona and the Southwest. Twitter: @Noah_Ark_757. After moving to Minneapolis, she worked in the commercial insurance business for eight years. Contact: Shelter Cove, CA, 707.986.2600, email Peter. His focus area includes protecting the Utom (Santa Clara) River and the species that reside in its watershed. Before joining the Center, Lalli was a finance attorney with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and was a climate change legal fellow for NRDC. Before joining the Center, she worked as a staff attorney in the Animal Protection Litigation section of the Humane Society of the United States; before that she worked as a staff attorney for the Waterkeeper Alliance. She has been in public policy advocacy for 12 years and served as the director of the Bay Area Chapter of the Sierra Club for five years before leaving to complete her master of environmental management degree at the Nicholas School of Environment at Duke University. Twitter: @Marcdf. Journal and helped coordinate grassroots environmental campaigns in defense of the Everglades bioregion in Florida. Before joining the Center, Fabiola worked as an AmeriCorps DOI/VISTA intern for Saguaro National Park. Robert Ukeiley, Senior Attorney, works with the Environmental Health Program fighting air pollution. Contact: Sacramento, CA, 520.609.8334, email Bill. 323, email Ric. Stephanie Feldstein, Population and Sustainability Director, leads the Center's work to highlight and address threats to endangered species and wild places from runaway human population growth and overconsumption. 313, email Jason. (2001), Reeling the truth is (2005) and P Lo’s Home (2010). Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520-623-5252, email Brytnee. Jacki coordinates campaigns in the Southeast and Caribbean, focusing on protecting imperiled species and ecosystems. Twitter: @ConservationBug. A graduate of Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law, Brendan has litigated dozens of Endangered Species Act cases, as well as cases under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, Clean Water Act and numerous other state and federal statutes. 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. 304. She holds a master of laws degree in environmental and land-use law from the University of Florida, a J.D. Jason Pfeifle, Senior Climate Campaigner, works with the Climate Law Institute to fight pollution from oil and gas extraction. Contact: 718.928.5148, email Nyshie Kate Bermúdez-Goldman, Director of People Services and Committee Chair for the Center’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee, works on all matters related to the employee life cycle at the Center. 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. He is editor of Biodiversity and the Law, published by Island Press. She also volunteers, helping the U.S. He is a California native who worked as a reporter and editor for newspapers around the state for 24 years, most recently as editor-in-chief of the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Contact: St. Augustine, FL, 904.347.6490 , email Sarah. 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. Before that he served as a public-lands attorney at Land and Water Fund of the Rockies (now Western Resource Advocates) in Boulder, Colorado. In 2004, she was voted “Sexiest Newscaster” by a Playboy online poll, gaining 40% of all votes. 315, email Ross. 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. She’s an inaugural class member of the UC Irvine School of Law and holds a master's degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a bachelor's degree from Princeton University. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7154, email Tara Previously Stephanie worked for Change.org, where she helped hundreds of people start and win online campaigns to protect wildlife. Contact: Salt Lake City, UT, 801.803.9892, email Deeda. Contact: Portland, OR, 971.717.6424, email Alex. He holds degrees in philosophy from the State University of New York at Stonybrook (a master's) and College of the Holy Cross (a bachelor's) focused on Greek, continental, linguistic and environmental thought. He has called Tucson home for nearly 30 years. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. Peter received his law degree from Stanford Law School and his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon. 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. 309, email Emily. Prior to joining the Center, Melissa worked as executive director at Buffalo Audubon. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Contact: Somerset, KY, 928.522.3681, email Tierra Twitter: @sfeldstein. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and a master's degree in urban planning from the University of Arizona. Taylor McKinnon, Senior Public Lands Campaigner, works to protect public lands and endangered species in the western United States. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Arizona State University. She holds a master's in biology from California State Northridge. Griselda Olvera, Digital Organizer, helps coordinate the Center’s many digital communications. Contact: Portland, OR, 406.366.4872, email Jess. Susan obtained her paralegal certificate from San Francisco State University. Contact: Victor, ID, 303.854.7748, asantarsiere. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.345.5712, email Gwyneth. 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. Andrea Zaccardi, Senior Attorney, works in the Center's Endangered Species program with a focus on carnivore protection. Contact: Tucson, AZ, email Laiken 327, email Kate. @brett_hartl. 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. Todd holds a bachelor's in environmental studies from Evergreen State College and has a background in youth wilderness education. Prior to joining the Center, Jonathan worked at the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation managing ecosystem restoration grants. Twitter: He continues to teach in an adjunct capacity at the University of Oregon. Her research has centered around the populations and habitat requirements of insects, from endangered tiger beetles to native bees and monarch butterflies. John Buse, General Counsel, Legal Director, coordinates the Center's legal work and handles cases involving endangered species conservation and land use. She holds a Bachelor of science in molecular environmental biology from UC Berkeley and master’s in environmental science from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. Twitter: @ts4biodiversity. She has appeared in infomercials for the Little Giant Ladder with actor Richard Karn and the Worx GT lawn trimmer and edger. Prior to joining the Center, he led CALPIRG’s advocacy and policy work on public health issues like getting lead out of school drinking water and stopping antibiotic overuse on factory farms. Before joining the Center, she worked for a local nonprofit in Western Massachusetts focusing on native plants, integrated pest management and environmental education. Kelley Dennings, Population and Sustainability Campaigner, helps lead the Center’s work to highlight and address the connection between exponential human population growth and threats to endangered species and wild places. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252, ext. Gwyneth Merner, Development Associate, works with the membership and donor relations teams to encourage philanthropic acts. 103, email Stephanie. Contact: Portland, OR, 503.283.5474 ext. Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. He earned his B.A. He studied computer science and mathematics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Columbia University and Stanford University. Before joining the Center in 2007, he worked as a staff attorney at the Western Environmental Law Center. He brings that history and perspective to the Center's news-and-ideas site, The Revelator. Prior to joining the Center, Emily worked as a policy advisor for the Oregon State Legislature. Liz Jones, Staff Attorney, works with the Climate Law Institute. Joined Apr 1, 2009 Messages 284 Reaction score 28 Location Minneapolis. Prior to joining the Center in 2007 she worked as an amphibian field biologist, environmental educator and community organizer. Ted is a graduate of Harvard College and Yale Law School and a member of the board of directors of Wilderness Workshop. 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. View Robin Silver's business profile as Senior Staff and Cofounder at Center for Biological Diversity. Hometime features step-by-step information to home improvement, remodeling, and repair. 309, email Guy. He is a graduate of the University of California, Hastings School of Law, and holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Sonoma State University. Contact: Seattle, WA, 206.379.7363, email Tanya She manages our Endangered Species Condoms project and coordinates events for Pillow Talk. She has a master's degree in classical archaeology from the University of Arizona, and before joining the Center worked as an AmeriCorps service volunteer at an educational farm and on the development team at a children's museum. Patrick has a bachelor's in environmental science and policy from the University of California Berkeley. Ash worked previously as the Center’s clean energy campaigner in the Climate Law Institute. During a 20-year journalism career, he worked as a reporter, editor and columnist and has taught writing and journalism classes at several colleges. Jess Tyler, Staff Scientist, works in the Environmental Health Program. Twitter: @thatnyshie. She holds a master’s degree in urban planning from the University at Buffalo. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Perrin de Jong, Staff Attorney, advocates for endangered species, climate protection and environmental health in the state of North Carolina and beyond. Twitter: @bitterwaterblue. She received her law degree from the University of Minnesota, where she also earned a master's degree in wildlife conservation. Contact: Bozeman, MT,510.844.7100 ext. With twelve seasons and over three hundred episodes, Robin was on Hometime longer than any other female co-host. Contact: Leverett, MA, 413.461.4206, email Naman. 319, email Jean. Brendan Cummings, Conservation Director, joined the Center in 1998. He covered the White House and reported from more than 75 countries and all 50 states. Before joining the Center, Collette was in private practice, where her pro bono work focused on preservation of endangered species and their habitats. Robin Hartl has over 20 years of construction experience. She has 20 years of experience as a professional writer and editor, and holds an MFA in fiction writing from the University of Arizona and a master's in English literature from U.C. Contact: Prescott, AZ, 928.800.2472, email Joe. Wendy Park, Senior Attorney, works to curb fossil fuel extraction on America's public lands. Myrna Loy Born as Myrna Williams, August 2, 1905; Raidersburg (near Helena), Montana Death: December 14, 1993; New York, New York from Johns Hopkins University. Contact: Portland, OR, 971.717.6406, email Nate Robin She taped her last episode in August of 2004. Contact: Oakland, CA, 510.844.7100 ext. Delia Ridge Creamer, Oceans Campaigner, works to protect the oceans from offshore drilling, fracking, and plastic pollution. Martin Chalfie, Ph.D., Columbia University. Mary K. Reinhart, Media Specialist, helps produce and coordinate the Center's media and communications work on public lands, including the borderlands. When was Jan Hartl born? Jonathan Evans, Environmental Health Legal Director, Senior Attorney, works to protect imperiled wildlife from the threats of environmental contamination and reduce the toxic threats of pesticides, heavy metals and chemical pollution in our environment. Doug Wolf, Senior Attorney with the Public Lands program, focuses on the Center's effort to protect the Gila River in New Mexico, along with other public-lands priorities. Kristen Monsell, Oceans Program Litigation Director, Senior Attorney, works with the Center's Oceans program to protect marine species and their habitat. 310, email Curt. Paula Simmonds, Chief Development Officer, leads the Center's national development program, working to increase and diversify revenues. In addition to his journalism, John's fiction, poetry, essays and comics have been published in magazines and anthologies around the world. Dipika Kadaba, Environmental Scientist and Communicator, is an ecologist who works through data visualization to communicate on environmental science issues for the Center's programs. Ric Santora, Senior Membership Associate, provides support by answering emails, processing donations and helping with the Center's membership databases. Twitter: @andersonileene. Contact: Oakland, CA, 415.305.3866, email Steve. Brett Hartl, Government Affairs Director, coordinates the Center's work on federal legislative issues that affect endangered species, public lands, oceans, climate and energy. Patrick Sullivan, Media Director, oversees the Center’s media relations work. Sarah leads the Center's international work including litigation, advocacy and international diplomacy to protect imperiled species outside U.S. borders. 101, email Unique. 328, email Gus. 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