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Contact information for all Oregon Wild staff and offices. Board of Directors roster.

Click here for staff directory.
Portland Office

(main office)

5825 N. Greeley Ave.
Portland, OR 97217
Telephone: 503-283-6343
Fax: 503-283-0756
General Inquiries:

Western Oregon Field Office
P.O. Box 11648
Eugene OR 97440-3848
Telephone: 541-344-0675
Fax: 541-343-0996

Please use the P.O. Box for all correspondence. For meetings the office is located at:
1238 Lincoln St.

Eastern Oregon Field Office
16 NW Kansas Ave.
Bend, OR 97701
Telephone: 541-382-2616
Fax: 541-385-3370

Southern Oregon Mailing Address
P.O. Box 1923
Brookings, OR 97415
Telephone: 541-366-8623


Click on a name below for bio and contact info.
For membership info contact Marielle Cowdin.
For media inquiries contact Steve Pedery.
For cartography questions contact Erik Fernandez.

Name                 Title

Bridget Callahan Wilderness Campaign Coordinator
Marielle Cowdin Membership Associate
Erik Fernandez Wilderness Coordinator
Doug Heiken
Conservation and Restoration Coordinator (Eugene)
Jonathan Jelen
Development Director
Rob Klavins
Wildlands and Wildlife Advocate
Chandra LeGue Western Oregon Field Coordinator (Eugene)
Laura Mears
Finance Director
Steve Pedery Conservation Director
Quinn Read
Klamath Wildlife Advocate
Sean Stevens Executive Director
Wendell Wood
Wildlands Interpreter

Oregon Wild board and staff Sept 2012

Oregon Wild Board of Directors

Daniel Robertson (President)
Brett Sommermeyer (Vice President)

Pat Clancy (Treasurer)
Vik Anantha (Secretary)
Kate Blazar
Megan Gibb
Leslie Logan
Patrick Proctor
William Sullivan
Jan Wilson

Oregon Wild (formerly known as ONRC) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit, charitable organization. Contributions to Oregon Wild are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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