Lisa is a dedicated environmental leader with 16+ years overseeing programs and initiatives in support of natural resources, clean water, and climate programs. She has extensive experience with policy development and has advanced community forests, endangered species conservation plans, forest carbon projects, and clean energy siting guidelines. Lisa has published work on public health, conservation, and development collaboration as well as received a fellowship to work with the United Nations Environmental Program in Geneva. One of her favorite professional endeavors was working on the Elwha River where she worked as a project manager during dam removal. When not at work Lisa is usually with her husband, son, and friends. She has also served on various boards including Wolf Haven International. Always up for a new challenge, Lisa has summited Mt Rainier, coached long-distance running, swam across lake Washington, and biked from Vancouver, BC to Portland, OR.