Stephanie Parent, Treasurer (Portland, OR)
Stephanie is an attorney with the Center for Biological Diversity’s Environmental Health program, working to reduce pesticides and other toxic chemicals in our environment. She has practiced environmental law for a quarter century and has litigated many wildlife and public lands cases.
Earlier in her career, Stephanie was the managing attorney and clinical professor with the environmental litigation clinic at Lewis & Clark Law School, an Assistant Attorney General with the Oregon Department of Justice, and a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice. She holds a law degree from Lewis & Clark and a bachelor of science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Stephanie lives with her family in Portland, Oregon and loves to wander in the Cascades on foot, skis or by bike. She’s learning the art of printing, taking classes in woodblock and etching. Stephanie has served on the boards of Northwest Environmental Defense Center, the PTA, and the local West Point Parents Club.