Oregon

Todd Gartner is a Senior Associate for the World Resources Institute’s People and Ecosystem Program.
Kate Fitzpatrick is a Program Director at the Deschutes River Conservancy where she leads strategy development and implementation to restore streamflows and water quality in the Deschutes Basin of Oregon.
Zach Anderson is a recent graduate of the MBA program at Portland State University, where he focused on addressing business challenges through sustainability initiatives.
Cory was raised on a cattle ranch in Wallowa Valley, Oregon where her family has lived since 1913. After studying at Stanford University and working in Washington DC and Los Angeles, she returned to rural Oregon in 2003.
Scott is a Senior Program Officer at the Deschutes River Conservancy (DRC) in Bend, Oregon.  His work focuses on restoring streamflows in the Deschutes River and its tributaries by implementing market-based, incentive-oriented transactions with irrigation districts and p
Matt Stein is currently working on a project to transform a brownfield/superfund site in his home town of Portland, OR into a renewable energy focused industrial business park.  In conjunction with this venture, he is working with an existing company to acquire used wind
With more than a decade of senior non-governmental organization (NGO) experience, primarily in education, Mr.
Briana grew up in the wooded hills of northeastern Iowa on the banks of a muddy, meandering river. Since childhood she has sought to understand the nature of humanity’s relationship to the natural environment.
Graham graduated from Northland College with a B.S. in Biophysical Environmental Studies in 1994 and received her M.A. in Community Development at Goddard College in 1997.
John Charles, a Pennsylvania native, received his B.A. in secondary education from the University of Pittsburgh.