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Lisa Frank
Executive Director, Washington Legislative Office, Environment America

Author: Lisa Frank

Executive Director, Washington Legislative Office, Environment America

Started on staff: 2016
B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa and recipient of the Government Department Award and American Government Award, Georgetown University

Lisa directs strategy and staff for Environment America's federal campaigns. She also oversees The Public Interest Network's Washington, D.C., office and operations. She has won millions of dollars in investments in walking, biking and transit, and has helped develop strategic campaigns to protect America's oceans, forests and public lands from drilling, logging and road-building. Lisa is an Oregonian transplant in Washington, D.C., where she loves hiking, running, biking, and cooking for friends and family.

Right now, over 1,300 species are listed under the Endangered Species Act as either endangered or threatened. Another 12,000 are considered vulnerable and in need of conservation, so it's great news that the U.S. House of Representatives will vote the week of June 13th on the bipartisan Recovering America's Wildlife Act, the largest, most significant investment in wildlife and habitat conservation in a generation. Tell your representative to vote YES for the Recovering America's Wildlife Act. 

Lisa Frank
Executive Director, Washington Legislative Office, Environment America

Author: Lisa Frank

Executive Director, Washington Legislative Office, Environment America

Started on staff: 2016
B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa and recipient of the Government Department Award and American Government Award, Georgetown University

Lisa directs strategy and staff for Environment America's federal campaigns. She also oversees The Public Interest Network's Washington, D.C., office and operations. She has won millions of dollars in investments in walking, biking and transit, and has helped develop strategic campaigns to protect America's oceans, forests and public lands from drilling, logging and road-building. Lisa is an Oregonian transplant in Washington, D.C., where she loves hiking, running, biking, and cooking for friends and family.