• Mac Thornton

    Mac Thornton, an avid kayaker since the 1970’s, started his river conservation avocation by founding the West Virginia Rivers Coalition in 1989, and serving…


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    Shelley Slade

    Shelley R. Slade is a member of Vogel, Slade & Goldstein, LLP. Ms. Slade‚Äôs practice focuses primarily on the representation of qui tam plaintiffs…


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    Stuyvesant Pierrepont

    Born and raised in Long Island, NY, Stuyve has developed a true passion for the environment over the years through hunting and fishing trips…


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    Pat Munoz

    Pat is currently retired and spends her time volunteering for a number of river groups, traveling with her partner, Dorcas, and playing with her…


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  • Nick Kuttner

    Nick Kuttner

    Nick Kuttner has been focused on DC-area community and advocacy issues for many years. He provides strategy and technology consulting services to nonprofit organizations…


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  • Dr. William Kerr

    William Kerr, Ph.D.

    Dr. Kerr is an expert in the economics of intellectual property and the analysis of competitive behavior and markets, and is a founding Managing…


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    Dave Hunke

    Dave Hunke is former CEO and Publisher of USA Today with over 40 years of publishing experience is the news and media business. In…


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    Tim Hill

    Born and raised in Rockville, MD, Tim has lived within the Chesapeake watershed for most of his life. His passion and commitment to the…


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  • William Guerry, Jr.

    William Guerry, Jr.

    Bill Guerry co-chairs the Environmental Law group at Kelley, Drye, and Warren. Bill is a nationally recognized lawyer in Clean Air Act compliance. For…


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  • Thomas P. Ehrhard, Ph.D.

    Tom just returned to the private sector after over seven years as a strategy advisor to the most senior executives in the Department of…


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