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Meet Our Staff

Protecting and restoring western watersheds and wildlife through education, public policy initiatives, and legal advocacy.

Delaney Rudy

Colorado Director

Delaney was born and raised in the Colorado foothills and spent her childhood exploring the mountains and forests of the Front Range and getting curious about their ecosystems. This led her to pursue a BS in Biology from the University of Puget Sound with an emphasis on ecology. Her undergraduate research focused on lichen as a bioindicator of air quality in 12 countries in Asia, and her time abroad strengthened her belief in the incredible value of American public lands. Before WWP, Delaney worked for the Forest Service in western Colorado and northern Montana for 8 seasons, on wilderness trail crews, wildland fire crews, and as a biological science tech. She lives beside the West Elk Mountains and is honored to work for the health of our public lands, the ecological communities that they sustain, and the conservation values of Coloradans.

Learn More About Our Other Staff Members!

Erik Molvar

Executive Director

Greta Anderson

Deputy Director

Adam Bronstein

Oregon Director

Laura Cunningham

California Director

Nancy Linscott

Operations Director

Josh Osher

Public Policy Director

Paul Ruprecht

Nevada Director

Cyndi Tuell

Arizona/New Mexico Director

Laura Welp

Ecosystems Specialist

Patrick Kelly

Washington/Montana State Director

Megan Backsen

10th Circuit Attorney

Greg LeDonne

Idaho Director

Branden Rishel

GIS Specialist

Jaimie Park

9th Circuit Attorney

Grace Kuhn

Digital Director

Dagny Signorelli

Wyoming/Utah State Director