As the new director of the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment, Brad Udall brings a wealth of experience with him. Previously, Udall was the director of the CU-Boulder–NOAA Western Water Assessment. He brings a successful career in natural resources policy to the helm of the Getches-Wilkinson Center. Udall has worked closely with the Natural Resources Law Center over the years, sponsoring work by the center and speaking at the center’s annual conference on numerous occasions. He has held a research faculty position for over 10 years at CU’s Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences. Udall has also served on NGO boards including the Parkinson’s Action Network and the Colorado Coalition of Land Trusts. In addition, he has served as an executive director with the Eagle Valley Land Trust. Udall has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications on water management and climate change which have been published by the federal government and by several major journals.
Leslie Brodhead joined the Getches-Wilkinson Center as the Program Coordinator in January 2013. For the last 15 years Brodhead has worked with the National Park Service. Most recently she worked at Rocky Mountain National Park, serving as the park’s interim volunteer program coordinator. As an interpretive park ranger, Leslie worked at seven different national parks, presenting programs and developing interpretive media focusing on natural resources issues, including wildlife biology, ecology, and climate change. She served as a guest instructor for the National Park Service’s nation-wide training program, leading sessions on team building and leadership. From 2004 to 2008, she served as a member of the long-range strategic planning team at Independence National Historical Park, and received the bronze medalist award from the federal executive board for government excellence. Leslie is a graduate of The College of William & Mary with a degree in Business Administration. Contact Leslie at 303-492-1286, or email@example.com.
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