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Great Lakes Staff and Affiliates


Great Lakes Regional Center

213 W. Liberty Street, Suite 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: 734-769-3351


Great Lakes Regional Center Staff

Mike Shriberg

Regional Executive Director

Mike Shriberg, Ph.D., is the Regional Executive Director of the National Wildlife Federation’s Great Lakes Regional Center. Major projects include Great Lakes restoration, prevention of the introduction of aquatic invasive species, Great Lakes water management reform, protection of the Great Lakes from climate change, and outdoor education for children.

Anna Brunner

Senior Manager, Equity and Justice

Tiffany Jones

Senior Coordinator, Education and Engagement

Leanne Chadwick

Director, Regional Philanthropy

Antonio Cosme

Coordinator, Education

Lisa Dinon

Great Lakes Partnerships Coordinator

Jason Dinsmore

Director, Conservation Partnerships

Kathleen Eales

Senior Program Assistant

Jessica Espenshade

Manager, Sustainable Agriculture

Jennifer Fike

Senior Manager, Operations

Celia Haven

Field Manager, Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition

Gail Hesse

Director, Great Lakes Water Program

Jennifer Hill

Associate Director, Great Lakes

Manja Holland

National Director Education and Community Engagement

Simone Lightfoot

National Director of Urban Initiatives and Environmental Justice

Elizabeth Lillard

Women in Conservation Leadership and Equity & Justice Strategy Manager

Jordan Lubetkin

Director, Ohio River Restoration

Adam Reimer

Specialist, Conservation Outreach

Laura Rubin

Director, Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition

Oday Salim

Staff Attorney and Director of the University of Michigan Environmental Law & Sustainability Clinic

Bijaya Shrestha

Drinking Water Policy Coordinator

Juliet Slutzker

Senior Coordinator, Affiliate & State Engagement

Marc Smith

Director, Great Lakes Policy

Beth Wallace

Manager, Conservation Partnerships

Drew YoungeDyke

Director, Conservation Partnerships

Anna Marie Zorn

Communications Manager, GLRC

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