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Staff and Affiliates

Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific Offices

Montana
P.O. Box 7465
Missoula, MT 59807
406-721-6705
northernrockies@nwf.org

Washington
100 W Harrison, South Tower, Ste. 410
Seattle, WA 98119
206-285-8707
pacific@nwf.org

Oregon
16621 Champion Way, Ste. 300
Sandy, OR 97055
503-616-3613
oregon@nwf.org

Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific Affiliates

Meet Our Staff

Erin Farris-Olsen

Regional Executive Director

As the Regional Executive Director of the National Wildlife Federation's Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific Regional Center, Farris-Olsen leads the region’s work, including its efforts to recover salmon in the Columbia River Basin, wildlife connectivity and wildlife conflict resolution, and oversee the region’s staff in Seattle, Portland and Missoula.

Erin Farris-Olsen

Regional Executive Director
farrisolsene@nwf.org

Dave Dittloff

Director, Conservation Partnerships
DittloffD@nwf.org

Jacqueline Koch

Communications Manager
KochJ@nwf.org

Bob McCready

WCR Program Manager
McCreadyB@nwf.org

Alex Puglisi

Western Water Project Manager
PuglisiA@nwf.org

Tori Baker-White

Senior Regional Operations Manager
bakerwhitet@nwf.org

Les Welsh

Director, Conservation Partnerships
WelshL@nwf.org

Tara Castelucci

Regional Philanthropy Officer
CastelucciT@nwf.org

Courtney Sullivan

Director, Regional Education
SullivanC@nwf.org

Kit Fischer

Director, Wildlife Programs
FischerK@nwf.org

Naomi Alhadeff

Montana Education Manager
AlhadeffN@nwf.org

Sarah Bates

Director, Western Water
BatesS@nwf.org

Morgan Parks

Education Manager - Oregon
ParksM@nwf.org

Simon Buzzard

Wildlife Migration Associate
BuzzardS@nwf.org

Shelby Weigand

Senior Coordinator, Riparian Connectivity
WeigandS@nwf.org

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Where We Work

More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. The National Wildlife Federation is on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.

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