Wong has supervised numerous M.
Earlier in his career he worked for the organization as Arctic Campaign Director, leading the successful defense of the Arctic Wildlife Refuge during the early George W. He oversaw legislative strategy and campaigns related to the protection of public lands in the Rocky Mountain West, funding for agriculture conservation, the reform of U.
S Army Corps of Engineers policies and the protection of millions of acres of wetlands and streams. Adam has had a variety of other roles including working in the public affairs department of Sierra Club, as the lead media coordinator for a presidential environmental forum, and as a technical advisor of conservation awards given out by President George H.
Outside of the conservation arena, Adam co-founded a consumer advocacy group called Sports Fans United and an organization that arranged youth baseball events in and cultural exchanges with Puerto Rico.
She grew up in Michigan and moved to D.
During her six years in D. She is passionate about connecting good people to organizations that are making an impact, and was excited to bring her fundraising knowledge to an organization dedicated to preserving beautiful lands and waters. Arielle first visited Alaska in the summer of and still counts it as one of her favorite places in America.
She studied international relations with a focus on environmental sustainability. Focused on domestic public lands issues now, she finds that the distance between Washington, D.
As Conservation Associate, Noa spends most of her time on Capitol Hill talking to lawmakers okay, their staff about legislation that impacts public lands and waters in Alaska. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign inwhere his studies ranged from political science and history to the German and Russian languages.
He developed an interest in environmental issues early on in his life and has always been an outdoorsman. Prior to joining the League, he worked in a variety of positions across the political spectrum, gaining experience on Capitol Hill, congressional campaigns, and the field of political software.
Paul seeks to involve international network of writing across the curriculum science people in protecting these wild areas, and to help fund the dedicated team that keeps them that way. She grew up in campaign politics in Southern California and started advocating for candidates and issues at age 3.
Her parents taught Leah the importance of citizen action and the environment especially through annual trips to Yosemite. Leah has in-depth experience in campaign strategy and policy initiative development, leading strategic coalitions, implementing the design and execution of online and in-person campaigns.
Leah has led some of our most successful campaigns to protect the Arctic and manages all of our efforts in D.
While you can often find Leah walking the halls of Congress, she spends her favorite hours rallying in the streets to protect Alaska or hiking in our awesome public lands with both two- and four-legged friends. Originally from Michigan and still a Midwesterner at heart, Corey has lived in the metro-D.
Following three-plus years of working at advocacy group Walmart Watch on legal issues related to big box development, he moved into the environmental realm and the communications field for good, spending time at the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, League of Conservation Voters and Conservation Lands Foundation.
Corey has made multiple trips to Alaska, although Southeast Alaska and its amazing forests and bears!!! A California native, he graduated with a degree in Literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and shortly thereafter began fundraising for Los Angeles-based arts and education nonprofits while enjoying the beaches, mountains and deserts of southern California.
After starting his career at nonprofit publisher Red Hen Press featuring an Alaskan imprint, Boreal Bookshe moved on to support individual fundraising at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica, and later, transitioned into the world of grantmaking at the Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation.
These experiences inform his work in managing the fundraising operations for the League, and help him ensure supporters remain connected and invested in protecting Alaska public lands and waters. As a new D. When not at work, you can find him on the water honing his sailing skills or paddle-boarding.
A lifelong Alaskan, Andy grew up running sled dogs and finished the 1, mile Iditarod in just before attending Cornell University. Following that, he spent four years as a state legislative aide, taking a yearlong break to manage a statewide political campaign. When not working, Andy can be found at the family dog kennel — located just outside Denali National Park — or in the mountains skiing and studying the snowpack.
As a powerhouse advocate for the protection of our amazing public lands in Alaska, she strengthens, empowers and organizes our passionate grassroots volunteers so they can leave a lasting impact on decision-makers. Since starting as an intern with the League, Kelsie has held several positions within the organization.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, knitting, watching British crime dramas, and going to Orange Theory. Director of Outreach, Monica Scherer Monica develops and manages volunteer efforts for all the Leagues campaigns across the continental United States and coordinates efforts between partner organizations.
Monica joined Alaska Wilderness League in January of as a field organizer and later started the Alaska Wild Educator Network, growing it currently to more than 1, educators across the country. In her free time she…. Basia previously worked on logistics and operations for political campaigns in Illinois before moving to Washington, D.
While working as an educational guide with mostly foreign exchange students, Basia discovered the importance of passion when advocating — this is when she knew she wanted to pursue a nonprofit career. In her multifaceted role, she provides League staff with support and logistics that help League campaigns win.
When Basia is not at work, she is surely thinking of her next adventure — which probably includes chasing a flying disc somewhere across the globe, or petting a local dog.
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