Senior Advocate, Dirty Energy, Lands Division, Nature Program
For more than 15 years, Amy Mall has worked in NRDC's Land & Wildlife program, helping shape policies to keep our wildlands and natural resources free from harmful and irresponsible industrial development. Her efforts have helped conserve old-growth forests in Alaska and other western states; protect sensitive Rocky Mountain lands and communities from oil and gas operations; and create public policy that greatly increases the number of environmental protections attached to the business of oil and gas extraction. Prior to joining NRDC in 2001, Mall worked in the private sector and in county, state, and federal government, including the White House National Economic Council and the U.S. Senate. A graduate of Cornell and Harvard universities, she holds a master's degree in public policy. Mall works in the Washington, D.C. office.