Anna Wearn

Anna works to develop and advance state and federal policies that promote collaborative large landscape conservation and improve habitat connectivity. Prior to joining the Center, Anna worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council on improving the health of western watersheds to support thriving fish and wildlife populations, as well as human livelihoods. She also worked

Hannah Feltis

Hannah grew up in the Seattle area where she learned to love hiking, biking and snowboarding no matter the weather. After spending time traveling and organizing humanitarian service projects in Uganda and the West Indies, Hannah moved to Salt Lake City, Utah to obtain an A.A.S. in business management from LDS Business College. After graduating,

Gabriel Oppler

As the International Connectivity Program Coordinator, Gabe supports the Center’s efforts to foster collaboration and the application of science, policy, and practice for connectivity conservation around the world. In particular, Gabe helps facilitate cooperation among networks of experts and institutions, coordinates the Center’s participation in policy fora, and assists with connectivity planning and implementation initiatives

Rick Weyerhauser

Senior Natural Resource Strategist, Sonen Capital Cambridge, Massachusetts

Thomas McHenry

Retired President & Dean, Vermont Law School Pasadena, California

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