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Meet Our Staff

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

Jaimie Park

9th Circuit Attorney

Jaimie earned her J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law with a Certificate in Indigenous
Law and Policy in 2011, where she focused on Indigenous environmental justice issues and clerked for
the Native American Rights Fund in Alaska and Canadian Senator St. Germain, Chair of the Senate
Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples. She is licensed to practice law in Montana and New Mexico.
She spent the first two years serving as an AmeriCorps Equal Justice Works Indian Law Fellow in
Montana and as an Alaska Native Law Fellow in Bristol Bay, Alaska, before relocating to New Mexico to
serve as a public defender, environmental justice attorney, in-house water, environmental and natural
resources law attorney for a Pueblo, and research and policy analyst for a non-profit federation of
traditional acequia communities. Jaimie joined the WWP mid-December. She has resided in the
southwest for a decade with her partner and two cats. She enjoys the CDT, wilderness trails
stewardship, being with water, looking for porcupine, and playing with Lego.

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

Delaney Rudy

Colorado Director

Grace Kuhn

Digital Director

Dagny Signorelli

Wyoming/Utah State Director