Enviropreneur™ Institute Current Fellows

Daniel Cardenas is a Consultant currently operating Shasta Advisors, a tribal economic development, advocacy, public relations, and governmental relations firm based in Riverton, WY. He is also a...

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Quentin Cole is an environmental engineer and creative systems designer. As President and co-founder of Forage Pierce County in Tacoma WA, last year Quentin led the community driven cooperative in...

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Belton Copp works with the Pacific Forest Trust to develop watershed management alternatives to increase water supply and security provided by Shasta Dam. His work is in response to the Bureau of...

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Chad Ellis is a pasture and range consultant for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation assisting agricultural producers and land stewards in attaining their financial, quality-of-life and stewardship...

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Margaret Fields is the GIS Manager at the North Carolina Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, doing spatial analysis to support various projects around the state. Most recently she has performed a model...

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Jessamine Fitzpatrick is focused on timberland and environmental markets investments for the real assets team at New Island Capital Management. Prior to joining New Island Capital, Jessamine served as...

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Jos Hill is a marine ecologist and entrepreneur with over ten years of international practice in conservation. Jos currently serves as Executive Director of Olazul, a US-based non-profit that designs...

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“I deliver on the promises I make courageously and with a keen awareness of my wake.” Marti Hoffer has broad vision and passion for the environmental impact her businesses can have locally and...

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Stuart Levenbach  is a policy analyst in the White House Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, where he works with Administration officials and senior agency...

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Tim Magner is a Chicago-based social entrepreneur working on creating 'what's possible.' For the last six years, Tim has connected kids to nature with food-related projects and as a children's book...

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