John r tunheim biography
She earned her bachelor's at Colorado College and her law degree at Lewis and Clark. Before law school, Brett spent five years as a field biologist working with endangered species in the northwest Hawaiian Islands, Kauai and Southern California. Melissa Amarello, Population and Sustainability Communications Associate , provides communications support and manages social media for the Population and Sustainability program.
Over the past several months I have furnished your staff with details of my background and other materials which I trust have provided you with some perspective for the information I hope to personally convey. Assuming you have read or been briefed on the essence of this history, I will not dwell upon it here.
However, I take this opportunity to convey copies of two documents which I recently received that relate directly to our discussion of this date. With the context of our meeting hopefully established, I wish to call your attention to the following specifics which I urge you and the Board to be alert for and to pursue within the framework of your mandate. These areas of interest and individual identifications are recommended as adf. I know for a fact that Summers has been diligently pursuing lines of inquiry that may be relevant to the work of the Board and may be useful in unscrambling and evaluating the JFK related documents produced by the CIA and other government agencies.
I hope the information I've provided is helpful to the Board and I remain prepared to testify under oath to any aspect of my activities should that be desired. The purpose of this memo is to give you background on who Brad Ayers is and the story he tells. His story is accepted to differing degrees, depending on who one talks to, but the basics of his story check out, according to our research. Ayers was an infantry officer in the U. District Court for the District of Minnesota.
Melissa Amarello, Population and Sustainability Communications Associateprovides communications support and manages social media for the Population and Sustainability program. Before joining the Center inshe worked on a variety of projects on natural history and conservation of birds and reptiles in Kentucky, Arizona, California and Mexico.
More recently she cofounded Advocates for Snake Preservation to change the way people view and treat snakes.
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She holds a bachelor's degree in wildlife, watershed, and rangeland resources from the University of Arizona and a master's degree in biology from Arizona State University. Her project areas include public lands in the California deserts and mountains, the Santa Ana River Watershed, the Santa Clara River watershed, the inland empire of Southern California and central California, among other places. She holds a master's in biology from California State Northridge. Los Angeles, CA, Judy Anderson, Bookkeeper, was born and raised in North Dakota.
She has a certificate in general business. She worked in retail and nonprofit accounting for 19 years before joining the Center in She works out of our Tucson office.
She earned her law degree in from Vermont Law School and received a bachelor's in political science from the University of California at Berkeley in Justin Augustine, Senior Attorney, works on endangered species and forest issues. He graduated with a bachelor of science in earth systems from Stanford University and completed his law degree at Lewis and Clark Law School.
Sarah Baillie, Condoms Coordinator, manages our Endangered Species Condoms project and coordinates events for Pillow Talk, an outreach program geared toward museum and science center visitors. She holds a bachelor's in wildlife conservation from the University of Delaware and a master's in biology from Villanova University; she's also working toward a master's of public administration at the University of Arizona.
Before joining the Center she worked as an environmental educator and lab coordinator. After earning a degree in natural resource management from Colorado State University he was a contractor for the Grand Canyon Trust before joining the Center. He has focused on forest policy, in-stream flows, methane capture and endangered species recovery, and now works to ensure that ownership of, and management authority over, our public lands is not ceded to private-industry interests.
Lisa Belenky, Senior Attorney, works on protecting rare and endangered species and their habitats under state and federal law.
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Before joining the Center inshe was in private practice focusing on environmental law and employee-benefits litigation. A native Floridian, she holds a law degree and a certificate of concentration in environmental law from Stetson University College of Law and a bachelor's degree in environmental science and policy from the University of South Florida, where she graduated from the Honors College.
Before joining the Center, Elise served as a judicial staff attorney for several judges in the 13th Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County, Florida, and worked pro bono to preserve exceptional habitat in the southeastern United States.
He holds a master's in watershed hydrology and a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Arizona. Rose Braz, in Memoriam. 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.
He also served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Procter R. Court of Appeals and the Honorable David W. Hagen of the U. District Court for the District of Nevada. Between graduating from Oberlin College and attending the University of California's Boalt Hall School of Law, he spent several years advocating for ancient forests and endangered species on California's North Coast. Lori Ann Burd, Environmental Health Program Director, Staff Attorneydirects the Center's efforts to protect all species, including humans, from the harmful effects of toxic substances.
She earned her bachelor's at Colorado College and her law degree at Lewis and Clark. Before joining the Center she worked as a staff attorney and campaign manager for Bark, defenders of Mt. Hood National Forest, as well as the National Wildlife Federation, focusing on mountaintop-removal coal mining and tar sands pipelines, and the Center for Food Safety, focusing on pesticides and industrial agriculture. She serves on the board of the Crag Law Center. John Buse, Senior Counsel, Legal Director, coordinates the Center's legal work and handles cases involving endangered species conservation and land use.
John received a law degree from the University of California Davis School of Law, a master's in biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a bachelor's degree in the history, philosophy, and social studies of science and medicine from the University of Chicago. Hannah Connor, Senior Attorney in the Center's Environmental Health Program, works to protect endangered species, waterways, workers and communities from toxic threats like pesticides, factory farms and destructive mining operations.
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.
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Felicia Corbett, Director of People Servicesleads the development, implementation and evaluation of all human resources and payroll functions at the Center. With more than 19 years of experience, she holds a bachelor of business administration human resource management from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and credentials including senior professional in human resources from the Human Resources Certification Institute and senior certified professional from the Society for Human Resource Management.
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.Former ARRB chairman, Judge John Tunheim, CAPA Press Conference, 16 March, 2017
Jim Cronin, Media Specialisthelps produce and oversee the media and communications strategy for the Center's Endangered Species Program. An award-winning journalist with a background in nonprofit communications, he wrote about sustainability and the environment in Oregon and Washington for the Portland Business Journal before joining the Center. Prior to that, he was media relations manager for environmental nonprofit As You Sow.
His nonprofit work began in the Public Affairs arm of the International Fund for Animal Welfare, while he started his journalism career writing for the Boston Globe and Globe Sunday Magazine ; he holds a bachelor's degree in communications and journalism from Suffolk University. He has spent his career in private and public-interest practice litigating environmental and wildlife-protection, public-health, safe-energy and open-government cases. He received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Brendan Cummings, Conservation Director, joined the Center in Prior to working for the Center, Brendan was in private practice specializing in environmental and civil-rights litigation.
Joshua Tree, CA, Prior to joining the Center in she worked as an amphibian field biologist, conservation corps crew leader, and community organizer against mountaintop-removal coal mining.
Before joining the Center, Diana was senior counsel at the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, a regional nonprofit working to fight climate change and promoting clean-energy solutions in the mid-Atlantic region, where she challenged federal permitting of natural gas export and pipeline infrastructure projects and worked to ban crude oil-by-rail in Baltimore.
Diana earned her law degree from Vermont Law School. Perrin de Jong, North Carolina Staff Attorneyadvocates for endangered species, public lands and climate protection in the state of North Carolina. Before working for the Center, he spent seven years in private practice. Fabiola Delgado, Distributed Organizerprovides support to volunteers throughout the Ignite Change national organizing network.
She received a bachelor's degree in anthropology with a focus in archaeology at the University of Arizona. Nathan Donley, Senior Scientistworks with the Environmental Health program on issues surrounding the increasing exposure of both people and wildlife to toxins.
Before joining the Center, he worked as a scientific researcher in the Oregon Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology, studying the links between exposure to environmental toxicants and cancer.
He holds a doctoral degree in cell and developmental biology from Oregon Health and Sciences University. Patrick Donnelly, Nevada State Directorworks to defend the wildlife and wild places of Nevada, with a focus on carnivores and endemic species.
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Patrick spent over a decade leading young people in hands-on conservation work and on extended outdoor education trips; before joining the Center he was executive director of the Amargosa Conservancy, where he defended groundwater resources and successfully advocated for the designation of three California desert national monuments.
Patrick has a bachelor's in environmental science and policy from the University of California Berkeley. Las Vegas, NV, John Dougherty, Investigative Journalist, The Revelatoris an award-winning reporter with more than 35 years experience covering environmental, political and economic news. Dianne DuBois, Distributed Organizerworks to mobilize supporters across the nation in our Ignite Change grassroots organizing network. Cynthia Elkins, Paralegalreceived her paralegal certificate from Humboldt State University in and a bachelor of arts in communication from the University of Alabama in She co-directed the news department at public radio station KMUD, was a staff reporter for a Northern California newspaper, and worked as the litigation and program director for the Environmental Protection Information Center.
She joined the Center's staff in after working as a contracting paralegal. Jonathan received his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law and a bachelor's degree in conservation and resource studies from the University of California at Berkeley. Prior to joining the Center, Jonathan worked at the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation managing ecosystem restoration grants. He also brings to the Center a background in the field of outdoor education as a naturalist and guide throughout California.
Before joining the Center, he worked for Emerge! Mark came to us with more than 20 years of experience developing databases for small and medium-sized companies, engineering and managing IT infrastructure, server administration, and development and management of virtualized data centers.
He has called Tucson home for nearly 30 years. Stephanie Feldstein, Population and Sustainability Directorleads the Center's work to highlight and address threats to endangered species and wild places from runaway human population growth and overconsumption.
Previously Stephanie worked for Change. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and has years of experience in organizing, outreach and communications, with a focus on animals and the environment.
His docket includes a variety of endangered species and public-lands cases across the country. Marc graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School with a certificate in environmental and natural resources law, and received a bachelor's in political science from Florida Atlantic University. Before joining the Center inhe worked as a staff attorney at the Western Environmental Law Center. 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.
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Current active district judges of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Miller Holmes Marshall Baker Moody. Strand 1 seat vacant. Tunheim Ericksen Schiltz Nelson Wright 2 seats vacant.