Bart Melton, NPCA’s Yellowstone Program Manager, started with NPCA in 2007 in our Southeast Regional Office. In the Southeast Bart worked on policy issues specific to mountain top removal coal mining, park boundary adjustments, and coal-fired power plant proposals. In 2009 Bart moved to NPCA’s DC office where he coordinated NPCA’s Landscape Conservation Program and managed NPCA’s Oil and Gas Campaign. Prior to joining NPCA Bart worked on the East and West coasts organizing outreach to government agencies for IdleAire Technologies Corporation. Bart has an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Tennessee and a Masters of Public Administration with a Graduate Certificate Degree in Not-for-Profit Management from the University of Oregon.
Yellowstone Wildlife Fellow
Stephanie joined NPCA in the summer of 2013 as the Yellowstone Wildlife Fellow. Prior to joining NPCA, Stephanie worked for Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks on wildlife restoration and citizen engagement. Living and working in communities that surround Yellowstone since 2006 has provided Stephanie with a strong understanding of the social, political, and environmental factors that impact Yellowstone’s wildlife. Stephanie has an undergraduate degree in sociology and psychology from St. Lawrence University and a Masters of Public Administration from Montana State University. When not out searching for wildlife Stephanie enjoys the wide variety of adventures that living in Montana provides.
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