NWF Bloggers

  1. Linda Argueta

    Linda Argueta is the marketing assistant at NWF's National Advocacy Center. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in May of 2013 with a B.S. in public relations and minor in general business. As an outdoor enthusiast, she loves to camp, hike and enjoy the beautiful scenery that mother Earth has given her.
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  2. Russell Bassett

    Russell does grassroots online outreach to sportsmen and women in support of NWF's conservation campaigns, working out of NWF's Boulder, CO, office. Russell's passion is fishing, and he has worked as an outdoor writer and as the executive director of a fish conservation nonprofit. He is committed to protecting and restoring fish and wildlife habitat, and ensuring the public has opportunity and access to fish, hunt, and enjoy other outdoor recreation.
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  3. Anne Bolen

    Anne Bolen is the Managing Editor of National Wildlife magazine. She has managed, written and edited articles, books and other publications about wildlife and conservation issues for more than 20 years, including serving as Senior Assistant Editor for Smithsonian magazine and as Publications Manager for the ocean conservation organization SeaWeb. When not typing at a keyboard, she can be found hiking, camping or helping wildlife and other animals.
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  4. Alexis Bonogofsky

    Alexis Bonogofsky, a fourth-generation Montanan, joined NWF in 2004 and manages NWF's Tribal Lands Partnerships Program out of Billings, Montana. She partners with Tribes and tribal members across the West on issues that range from climate change and energy to bison restoration. She also manages our campaign to protect the cultural, historic and environmental resources of the Powder River Basin of Montana and Wyoming. She has a B.A. in International Relations from Gonzaga University and an M.A. in International Development from the University of Denver.
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  5. Catherine Bowes

    Catherine Bowes is NWF's Senior Manager for Climate and Energy, working to leverage NWF's policy expertise as well as field and communications resources to address climate change. Based in NWF's Northeast Natural Resource Center, Catherine manages NWF's Atlantic Offshore Wind Campaign seeking to advance appropriately-sited offshore wind development. Catherine previously worked for Conservation Law Foundation - building public support for a environmental advocacy issues around New England. She holds a Master's degree in Environmental Policy from Bard College and a B.A. in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis.
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  6. Danielle Brigida

    Danielle Brigida works as NWF's Sr. Manager of Social Strategy and Integration. She actively engages a wide range of constituents using a mixture of online tools and social networking sites. By tracking emerging trends and measuring impact, she consistently finds the most effective ways to drive traffic to NWF's campaigns. She can be found on Twitter as @starfocus (and @NWF) as well as many other social sites. She loves sharing her love for wildlife, science and nature.
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  7. Carla Brown

    Carla Brown is the Senior Manager, Online Production at National Wildlife Federation. She works to improve the user experience of our many websites, as well as keeping the systems going behind-the-scenes. Carla is avidly interested in green living topics, especially finding new creative ways to use "garbage." She is a fiber artist and mom of young children.
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  8. Lara Bryant

    Lara Bryant is NWF’s Agriculture Program Coordinator. She is supporting NWF’s Agriculture Program in promoting sustainable biofuels and cover crop use. Lara has a Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Tennessee.
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  9. Nic Callero

    Nic Callero is a Pacific Northwest native who works as the Regional Outreach Coordinator for NWF. When he is not in the office organizing around local conservation issues he is either fishing for salmon and steelhead on the Oregon coast or duck hunting up and down the Willamette Valley.
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  10. Courtney Cochran

    Courtney serves as Program Coordinator for NWF's Campus Ecology Program where she organizes the Fellowship, Youth Advocacy and Alumni/Emerging Leaders programs.
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  11. Matthew Copeland

    Matthew Copeland works with sportsmen and women, and policy maker throughout Wyoming to ensure that wildlife, are fully weighted in the complex decisions that affect our public lands.
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  12. Kevin Coyle

    Kevin Coyle has committed thirty-five years to improving America’s river conservation and environmental education fields. Formerly president of both American Rivers and the National Environmental Education Foundation, He joined the National Wildlife Federation as VP for Education and Training in 2005.
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  13. Roger Di Silvestro

    Roger Di Silvestro is a senior editor for National Wildlife magazine and the author of several books on wildlife conservation and American history.
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  14. Emily Fano

    Emily "Alix" Fano is NYC Outreach Manager for Eco-Schools USA. Emily is a published author and has over 20 years of professional advocacy, media, and policy experience in the non-profit sector. She is a passionate environmentalist devoted to the goal of zero waste schools and was a core team member of the 2012 District 3 Composting Pilot - a model program in eight New York City schools that reduced the volume of cafeteria garbage by 85% and became the model for a citywide expansion (see www.GreenSchoolsNY.com). Emily has a Master’s degree in Urban and Environmental Policy from Tufts University, and is a trained presenter with Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leadership Corps.
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  15. Ryan Fikes

    Ryan Fikes is a trained biologist with expertise in coastal ecology and habitat restoration, and serves as Staff Scientist for NWF's Gulf Restoration Campaign. In this role, he provides in-house scientific expertise to identify and evaluate restoration projects in the Gulf of Mexico that are scientifically sound, integrate with other projects, and have measurable milestones and outcomes. In addition, he advises the campaign on issues associated with the effects of the Gulf Oil Spill on habitats and wildlife, assists in evaluating the merits of state and national Gulf restoration plans, and helps to prioritize various restoration projects.
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  16. Hank Fischer

    Hank Fischer, has been intensively involved with endangered species restoration, particularly with efforts involving wolves, grizzly bears, and black-footed ferrets. Since 2002 he has led NWF’s Wildlife Conflict Resolution project, which retires grazing allotments that experience chronic conflict with wildlife. To date the project has been responsible for the retirement of thirty grazing allotments totaling more than 550,000 acres, all in the Yellowstone ecosystem.
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  17. Kit Fischer

    Kit Fischer is the Sportsmen's Outreach Coordinator at NWF's Northern Rockies Regional Center. He works to promote the sportsmen voice in conservation and currently manages NWF's CMR National Wildlife Refuge Bison Restoration Program. Born and raised in Montana, Kit enjoys all things outdoors and is passionate about restoring the West's wildlife legacy.
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  18. Patrick Fitzgerald

    Patrick Fitzgerald is the Director of Education Advocacy at the National Wildlife Federation, working with partners to advocate for new policies in Congress, the Administration and State Houses that get children, youth and families active in the outdoors and connecting with nature at school, at home and in their communities.
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  19. Marya Fowler

    Marya Fowler is the Sr. Education Manager for NWF’s South Central Region. She advances NWF’s school-based programming, including Schoolyard Habitats and Eco-Schools USA, with an emphasis on integrating these programs at the state and school district levels and promoting environmental education as a means to improving student academic performance.
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  20. Amanda Fuller

    Amanda Fuller is the Texas Policy Specialist for the Gulf of Mexico Restoration Campaign. She identifies NWF’s restoration priorities for the state and works to advance those priorities in federal, state, and local decision-making venues. Amanda also works with other NGO’s and stakeholders to evaluate and advocate for RESTORE Act funds to be spent on sound ecological restoration projects. Before joining NWF, Amanda worked as an attorney for a private law practice and spent three years working on international water policy with World Wildlife Fund. She enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors with her family and friends.
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  21. John W. Gale

    As the Regional Representative for AZ, CO, ID, NM, and UT, John oversees wildlife conservation efforts and sportsman initiatives in those states. His primary goals for state development center on building resources that will help NWF and its affiliates grow bigger, stronger, and more financially prepared to face the challenges of wildlife conservation. In his personal time, John prefers the solitude of lonely mountains where the elk bugle and cold streams are alive with wild trout.
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  22. Anne Goddard

    Anne Goddard is the Marketing Coordinator for Kids, Family and Community campaigns at National Wildlife Federation. She received her BA in Strategic Communications from Elon University. Prior to working for NWF, she did freelance writing for the Smithsonian National Zoo's Zoogoer magazine and directed an award-winning short wildlife documentary on rhino poaching called "Rhino Wars." As a life-long wildlife enthusiast, Anne is motivated to protect and preserve the world's wildlife and wildlands for generations to come.
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  23. Jan Goldman-Carter

    Jan Goldman-Carter served as NWF Wetlands and Water Resources Counsel from 1987-1991 and returned in 2006 to manage the NWF campaign to restore Clean Water Act protections. As an environmental lawyer, she’s worked on wetlands issues across the country and in 1993 received the Environmental Protection Agency-Environmental Law Institute National Wetlands Award. Jan also served as a wetlands specialist with the EPA, Corps of Engineers, and Fish and Wildlife Service. In her spare time she enjoys canoeing, kayaking, birding and otherwise being in, on, and near the water.
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  24. Juliana Goodlaw-Morris

    Juliana is the Campus Field Manager for the National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology program. She works with faculty, staff, and students on college campuses in the Midwest tackling campus and community sustainability issues, including: climate and clean energy solutions, sustainable food and transportation, and the need for students to graduate as ecologically literate citizens. When time permits, Juliana leaves the cold (and sometimes hot) Midwest to travel to her 100% off-the-grid solar home in Jamaica where she savors the fresh fruits and veggies from her organic farm.
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  25. Crystal Grant

    Crystal coordinates efforts to engage youth and emerging leaders, both regionally and nationally, to support the mission and work of the National Wildlife Federation. As Regional Youth Coordinator, Crystal is responsible for supporting the implementation of Earth Tomorrow®, which is NWF’s multi-cultural, youth environmental education and leadership program based in Atlanta. Nationally, Crystal is part of the Emerging Leaders Engagement core team, and leads the Emerging Leaders Council (ELC). Crystal earned her BS in Environmental Science at Spelman College.
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  26. Miles Grant

    Miles is the National Wildlife Federation's senior communications manager, working with reporters to help them find the best science available to connect the policy & politics on Capitol Hill to the climate changes happening in your community. He lives in Fairhaven, MA.
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  27. Drew Hendricks

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  28. Amber Hewett

    Amber Hewett is NWF's Northeast Climate Program Assistant. Her roots are in the perfectly salty city of Newburyport, MA where she grew to treasure New England's seasons and the outdoor adventures they each offer. Amber's passion for sailing and her intrinsic love of the sea drive her to help realize effective climate policy that protects and celebrates our natural resources. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.A. in Political Science and a B.S. in Earth Systems.
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  29. Daniel Hubbell

    Daniel Hubbell is the Restoration and Water Resources intern for NWF. As the son of a former park ranger and a childhood neighbor to the recently restored Sudbury River, environmental causes have shaped him since an early age. Once the resentment of being dragged up to Acadia National Park for camping in the rain on long weekends faded, Daniel decided this was a part of the world he loved experiencing; and one he didn’t want to see vanish. A graduate of American University, Daniel loves reading, traveling, writing, and acting in theater whenever he gets a chance.
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  30. Doug Inkley

    Doug Inkley is NWF's Senior Scientist, providing his expertise in wildlife conservation and ecology across NWF's conservation programs. Focusing on safeguarding wildlife in a changing climate, Doug also engages in a diversity of other conservation issues, including endangered species, wetlands and invasive species. As in interface between science and the public, Doug especially enjoys public speaking, whether representing NWF on Good Morning America, CNN, NPR, or in newspapers across the country. He enjoys his rural NWF Certified Wildlife Habitat, including nesting screech owls hee he watches from his kitchen window.
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  31. Jennifer Janssen

    Jennifer Janssen is the Online Campaign Strategy Manager for the National Wildlife Federation and is based in the the Great Lakes Regional Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She enjoys writing blogs that help inspire National Wildlife Federation supporters to protect the future of wildlife by engaging in the political process to fight climate change and defend wildlife habitats from harm.
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  32. Bentley Johnson

    Bentley is NWF's Legislative Representative for Public Lands Campaigns. As much as Bentley enjoys advocating for the nation's shared public lands on Capitol Hill, he prefers traveling across the country to actually visit national parks, national wildlife refuges, national forests, conservation system lands, and other gems of the outdoors.
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  33. Kristy Jones

    Kristy is the manager of campus climate education and action in National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology program.
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  34. Julian Keniry

    Julian co-founded the National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology Program. She is passionate about realizing the potential of US colleges and universities to model sustainability in their curriculum, management and community relations.
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  35. Jane Kirchner

    Jane Kirchner has spent more than 20 years helping save open lands and advocating for the protection of wildlife habitat. She loves working on programs that connect people who care about wildlife and the environment to actions they can take to make a difference. Jane coordinates online strategy campaigns at NWF and during her free time likes to spend as much time as she can outdoors, especially in places where native species are found.
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  36. Samantha Lockhart

    Sam Lockhart is the National Outreach Coordinator at National Wildlife Federation. She works with the field team across the country to develop the tools and resources that they need to be successful in meeting their program goals including fighting the threat of catastrophic climate change and protecting the nation’s public lands. Originally from Northern New Jersey, she received her BA in Public Policy from the College of William and Mary in 2010 and graduated from Green Corps, the Field School in Environmental Organizing, in 2011.
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  37. Jenni Lopez

    Jenni Lopez is the Online Integration Assistant at NWF. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2010 with a Double Bachelor's in Biology and Spanish Literature. In her free time, you can find her practicing photography, training in the sport of Weightlifting, or cooking locally-sourced food.
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  38. Annie Mackin

    Annie Mackin is the Tar Sands Program Assistant for NWF in Vermont. She is working to coordinate Vermonters’ efforts to make sure that oil companies don’t use the state as a pathway to get tar sands to market. She has worked with Environment America on water, conservation and energy campaigns, and helped the Chesapeake Climate Action Network build support for offshore wind in the Mid-Atlantic. Because she was raised in northwest Vermont’s Franklin County, the campaign to protect Lake Champlain from the risks of tar sands – as well as the Missisquoi River, and all of Vermont’s land and water – is personal.
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  39. Avelino Maestas

    Avelino Maestas manages National Wildlife Federation's Wildlife Promise blog. He spent four years as a reporter in Southwest New Mexico, before moving to Washington D.C. to advocate for increased openness and transparency in government. Avelino is also an amateur photographer who cherishes the desert Southwest, Atlantic seashores, and the dense forests of New England.
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  40. David Mizejewski

    David Mizejewski is a naturalist, author, blogger and national media personality with National Wildlife Federation. He interprets the natural world and teaches Americans about wildlife, how to help it, and how to connect with nature. David hosted and co-produced the Animal Planet TV series Backyard Habitat and regularly appears on The Today Show, The Martha Stewart Show, Conan and many others. He is author of the award-winning book Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife and writes the blog Animal Oddities.
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  41. Lena Moffitt

    Lena Moffitt lives in Washington, D.C. but grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she gained an early appreciation for wildlife and the outdoors during frequent camping trips with her family. While she's grown to love D.C., she'll always miss green chile and tries to head home as often as possible!
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  42. Ann Morgan

    Ann Morgan is the executive director of the National Wildlife Federation’s Rocky Mountains and Prairies Regional Center in Boulder, Colo. The center works with affiliates and groups in the Rocky Mountain West to ensure that energy development on public lands protects fish and wildlife habitat. The regional office also works on programs connecting kids to nature and with tribal governments on conservation projects.
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  43. Jim Murphy

    Jim Murphy is Senior Counsel for National Wildlife Federation, where he coordinates NWF’s nationwide litigation efforts concerning the development of dirty fossil fuels.
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  44. Michael Murray

    Michael is Staff Scientist with the National Wildlife Federation’s Great Lakes office, with over two decades’ experience working on Great Lakes science and science-policy issues. In addition to extensive work on sources, cycling, impacts and policies around toxic chemicals (following his PhD work in environmental chemistry at the University of Wisconsin), Michael has had increasing experience in other areas, including science-policy aspects of aquatic invasive species, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and prioritization and other issues in Great Lakes restoration and protection. He has served on over two dozen technical advisory and other committees, and has authored or co-authored numerous papers, book chapters, and reports in various environmental science and science-policy areas.
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  45. Collin O'Mara

    Collin is the President and CEO of National Wildlife Federation. Before taking the helm of NWF in 2014, Collin served as Secretary of Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, where he spearheaded a range of initiatives, including ones to reintroduce children to the outdoors, expand the state's trail system, and establish the Delaware Bay area as a world-class conservation and low-impact recreation tourism destination.
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  46. Carol Oldham

    Carol Oldham works as the Northeast Regional Outreach Coordinator, helping amplify the voices of the hunting, angling, and outdoor enthusiast community from New Jersey to Maine. She helps NWF’s efforts to stop global warming by building and coordinating a coalition of sportsmen and women, labor, business, conservationists and other stakeholders and activists in the Northeast region.
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  47. Mary Phillips

    Mary Phillips is NWF’s Garden for Wildlife Campaign Manager. She works with key stakeholders across the Garden for Wildlife program to empower homeowners, communities, schools, business, faith based organizations and landscapers to view their own property as affordable and convenient places to engage in wildlife conservation. She seeks to celebrate and connect gardeners as they restore habitat to provide wildlife with food, water, shelter and places to raise young. Mary’s experience and passion for conservation landscaping, native plants, environmental education and building strategic partnerships helps mobilize resources to significantly expand Gardening for Wildlife. When not at NWF, she is in the garden or exploring the heritage of the Chesapeake Bay watershed with her family.
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  48. Beth Pratt

    Beth Pratt is NWF's California Director and loves frogs, pika and wandering in the backcountry of Yosemite National Park. She has worked in environmental leadership roles for over twenty years, and in two of the country’s largest national parks: Yosemite and Yellowstone. Before joining NWF in 2011, she worked on sustainability and climate change programs for Xanterra Parks & Resorts in Yellowstone as its Director of Environmental Affairs. Prior to her role in Yellowstone, for nine years she served as Vice President/CFO for the non-profit Yosemite Association. Beth lives outside of Yosemite with four dogs, two cats, and the many frogs who frequent her backyard frog pond.
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  49. Kara Reeve

    Kara manages NWF’s Climate-Smart Communities Program, working with U.S. cities towns to help them prepare for the impacts of climate change in ways that are beneficial for both people and wildlife. Prior to joining NWF, Kara was the Technical Innovation Manager for ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability where she led the development and management of ICLEI's greenhouse gas emissions protocols and was the project manager for ICLEI's climate mitigation, adaptation, and sustainability consulting projects. Kara was previously the Urban Sustainability Planner for the District of Columbia Office of Planning. Kara has a Master in City Planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.A. in English and Environmental Studies from the College of the Holy Cross.
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  50. Michele Reyzer

    Michele Reyzer is Assistant Editor of Ranger Rick, NWF’s nature magazine for kids 7 and up. She manages the children’s advisory board and maintains the magazine’s website and social media presence. Michele is also an avid crafter and creates many of the nature crafts and recipes you find in the magazine.
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  51. Eva Roben

    Eva is the NWF Action Fund intern. Originally from Philadelphia but with close family ties to New England, her love of the outdoors began with frequent family trips to hike in Vermont. Eva recently graduated from Harvard with an A.B. in History, and she has spent the past four years campaigning for clean energy in the great Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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  52. Kassie Rohrbach

    Kassie Rohrbach is the Senior Campaigns Manager for National Wildlife Federation’s Climate and Energy Program. Kassie brings over ten years of experience with campaign organizing and coalition building, working to address the climate crisis. Prior to joining NWF in 2008, Kassie co-founded and served as the Co-Director of Energy Action Coalition (EAC), a youth led coalition of environmental and social justice organizations. Kassie also spent three years at the Center for Resource Solutions, working on the Green-e Renewable Energy Certification Program. In 2003, Kassie graduated from Connecticut College with a BA in Gender and Women’s Studies. She got her start organizing on climate and energy while at Connecticut College, where she led one of the first student campaigns to invest in renewable energy.
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  53. Adeline Rolnick

    Adeline Rolnick is the Legislative Assistant at NWF. She hails from Croton-on-Hudson, NY, where she grew up hiking and gardening her way through the scenic Hudson Valley. She has previously worked on sustainable agriculture issues in the U.S. and in India, and graduated from Harvard with a B.A. in Social Studies.
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  54. Ryan Sarsfield

    Ryan Sarsfield is a project manager with NWF’s International Team, working on the connection between tropical deforestation and agricultural commodities. He focuses on the cattle and soy industries in Brazil.
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  55. Becca Shapiro

    Becca is part of NWF’s Climate Safeguards team, working to protect wildlife from the impacts of climate change. Originally from the wilderness of Highland Park, IL, she graduated from American University in 2013 with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. She has been engaged in the environmental movement for many years through her experience with activism, outreach, and environmental education.
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  56. Mollie Simon

    Mollie Simon is the Climate and Energy Intern at NWF's National Advocacy Center. She graduated from Villanova University in 2013 with a B.S. in Mathematics and a minor in Environmental Studies. Mollie grew up hiking, gardening and biking around the Philadelphia area. She is passionate about clean energy and mitigating climate change. She can be found on twitter @MollieGSimon.
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  57. Ethan Spaner

    Ethan is part of NWF's International Climate and Energy team, which includes the Tropical Forests and Agriculture team. His background is in international climate change law and policy. He's fascinated by extreme weather and the rest of the world, and hopes to continue working on UNFCCC and bilateral climate negotiations. He has a B.A. in History from Wake Forest University and a J.D. from Pace Law School.
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  58. Felice Stadler

    Felice Stadler is Senior Director for Climate & Energy at National Wildlife Federation. She provides strategic direction and oversight of the organization’s priority campaigns to advance wildlife-friendly climate solutions. Prior to this position, Felice has held numerous others at NWF since 2000, including launching NWF’s dirty fuels campaigns, managing the Fair Climate Project, and directing NWF’s Clean the Rain mercury campaign. Before joining NWF, Felice spent three years at the Natural Resources Defense Council working with grassroots groups to implement the Clean Air Act. She has worked on clean air and toxics policy campaigns at the state and federal level for 22 years, and has been a member of several federal and local advisory committees, testified before Congress, and published numerous articles. She holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Montana.
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  59. Ryan Stockwell

    Ryan is the Agriculture Program Manager for NWF. He also farms in Wisconsin using no till and cover crops to raise corn, soybeans and wheat. Ryan has a Ph.D. in history from the University of Missouri and, when not farming or raising three young boys, he enjoys hunting and spending time in the woods.
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  60. Frank Sturges

    Frank Sturges serves as Public Lands Policy Fellow at the National Wildlife Federation in Washington, DC. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Science in Natural Resources and Environment and a Master's of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Originally from Charlotte, NC, Frank's favorite outdoor activity is portaging a canoe.
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  61. Frank Szollosi

    Frank Szollosi works on policy issues to accelerate the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources, including offshore wind and electric vehicles. Frank also supports the Federal Connections Task Force for RE-AMP, a network of 120 organizations across eight Midwestern states working to advance climate and energy policy. From 2003 until 2010 he served as an elected member of Toledo (Ohio) City Council. Frank is completing a Master's of Science in Natural Resources and Environment and a Master's of Public Policy at the University of Michigan - focusing on cities and their adaptation to the impacts of climate change. He received a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
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  62. Laura Tangley

    Laura Tangley is a senior editor for National Wildlife magazine and the editor of the Birds & Birding and Wildlife Gardening sections of www.nwf.org. She also manages NWF's Certified Wildlife Habitat Facebook page. Based in Washington, DC, Laura is an avid traveler, birder and wildlife gardener.
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  63. Dani Tinker

    Dani Tinker is the Community Manager with the National Wildlife Federation, implementing social media campaigns to build community and deeper relationships with constituents. She holds a Master of Education in Environmental Education from Concordia University in Portland, where she was born and raised. Dani is a naturalist-in-training encouraging youth to get outdoors, adults to keep their youth and everyone to play in the mud. She can be found sharing her passion on Twitter as @d_tinker.
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  64. Tony Turrini

    Tony is a Senior Attorney in NWF's Alaska office where he has spent over 20 years working to protect the state's incomparable mountains, forests, and wetlands. When not fighting the good fight, Tony is an avid bicycle racer and founding member of Lawyers with Banjos.
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  65. Trisha White

    Trisha is new to NWF's agriculture policy team, but she's not new to agriculture or to changing policy in Washington, DC. She grew up on a small farm in Michigan where she learned to love and respect all creatures great and small. After serving in the armed forces and college, she moved to Washington, DC to fight for wildlife and protecting the habitat they need to thrive. She worked for World Resources Institute, USAID and over a decade at Defenders of Wildlife changing policy to protect wildlife from dangerous highways.
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  66. Steve Woodruff

    Steve is senior policy and communications manager for NWF’s Montana-based Northern Rockies and Pacific Regional Center, where works on bison restoration and a variety of public land-and-resource issues. Steve joined NWF in 2013 after a 30-year career in journalism, much of it dedicated to natural resource policy and environmental issues in the West. Steve is co-author of “Montana Wilderness: Discovering the Heritage” and a contributor to two anthologies, most recently “Science Next: Innovation for the Common Good from the Center for American Progress.” He’s an avid outdoorsman and rides his horse, Ranger, nearly 1,000 mountain-trail miles a year.
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