Staff & Board

STAFF

cameronCameron La Follette, Executive Director

Cameron La Follette has a law degree from Columbia University School of Law. She has worked on coastal issues advocacy for ten years, including managing the Coastal Futures Project for 1000 Friends of Oregon. In earlier environmental work she focused on protecting ancient forests on federal lands in Oregon to ensure clean drinking water, salmon habitat and ecosystem protection. She also served on the Salem Planning Commission for three years.

 

seanSean Malone, Partnership for the Coast Attorney

Sean Malone received his J.D. from the Gonzaga University School of Law and an LL.M. in Environmental and Natural Resources from the University of Oregon School of Law. Sean’s legal work has primarily focused on public interest environmental law issues, and he has represented local, regional, and national environmental organizations. Sean enjoys spending his free time with his wife and son, preferably on the Oregon coast.

 


BOARD

mike2Michael Manzulli — President

Michael Manzulli lives on the North Oregon Coast where he advises nonprofit organizations for a living. He is a graduate of Lewis & Clark College’s environmental law program. He is the current chair of the Ecola Creek Watershed Council, sits on the Lower Nehalem Community Trust’s Lands Committee, and is an active member of the North Coast Basin Coalition that is looking to remedy the effects Oregon’s forest practices have on coastal drinking water and fish habitat. When not trying to protect local wetlands, streams, and riparian areas, you are likely to find Mike in the ocean or on an empty beach with his son and dog.

 

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Barry Wulff — Treasurer

Barry Wulff is an emeritus professor of ecology from Eastern Connecticut State University. He is a graduate of OSU’s Department of Botany and Plant Pathology and focused his teaching on global population, resources, and environmental issues. He resides in Philomath and served as the hiking coordinator and chair of the Marys Peak Group – Sierra Club for more than a decade. He has been an independent international hiking guide since 1971, with recent trips to Australia, southern Africa, Newfoundland and Panama. Barry in the past has served as a fundraiser for the Majestic Theatre and Greenbelt Land Trust and served as board chair of the OSU-Federal Credit Union.

 

 

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Cameron La Follette — Secretary

Cameron La Follette has a law degree from Columbia University School of Law. She has worked on coastal issues advocacy for ten years, including managing the Coastal Futures Project for 1000 Friends of Oregon. In earlier environmental work she focused on protecting ancient forests on federal lands in Oregon to ensure clean drinking water, salmon habitat and ecosystem protection. She also served on the Salem Planning Commission for three years.

 

 

John Harland

John Harland has been engaged in a number of efforts to protect the Oregon coast. He has a graduate degree in environmental engineering from the California Institute of Technology and has spent his career working with companies to help manage environmental compliance and reduce the impact of their operations. He is currently the president of the Pollution Prevention Resource Center, a non-profit organization that is the Northwest’s leading source of high quality, unbiased pollution prevention information. John has a house in Cape Meares, where he and his family have enjoyed the coast for more than thirty years.

 

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