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Washington Wild welcomes new Board Members Maureen McGregor and Richard Lintermans

Posted on Jan 19, 2018 in Conservation News, Uncategorized, WA Wild Blog

We would like to extend a very warm welcome to Washington Wild’s newest Board Members, Maureen McGregor and Richard Lintermans.

We’re very excited to start working with these two wilderness advocates! Learn more about why they support Washington Wild: 

Photo Courtesy of Maureen McGregor

Maureen McGregor has been working at the intersection of nonprofits and technology since graduating with a degree in Marketing from Stonehill College. She has 15 years’ experience in the nonprofit community including seven years at Greenpeace and Oceana. Highlights from those days include a month-long expedition aboard Greenpeace’s vessel, the Arctic Sunrise, and a two-week long expedition around Spain aboard Oceana’s catamaran.

Maureen and her family relocated from Washington D.C. to Seattle in part because of the abundant natural environment of the Pacific Northwest. They have enjoyed exploring their new home with camping, hiking and river rafting adventures.

Maureen hopes to use her expertise to help Washington Wild optimize its online engagement strategies and grow its supporter base. 

Photo Courtesy of Richard Lintermans

Richard Lintermans chose to join the Washington Wild Board of Directors because he loves wild places and hopes to protect the few spots we have left in Washington. He is a CPA who recently transitioned to a legal career, with an interest in environmental litigation. In his work with Washington Wild he hopes to defend our national parks, national forests and public lands, and in the long term, designate more wilderness!